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Drivers warned over Losail track limits at five turns

Formula 1 has outlined where it will monitor track limits at this weekend’s Qatar Grand Prix. The sport is venturing to the Losail International Circuit for the first time, as the venue hosts the third-to-last round of the 2021 campaign. Track limits will be enforced at five corners throughout the weekend. Race director Michael Masi has clarified […]
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