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Aston Martin drivers warned against "hard kerb strikes" following damage

Aston Martin drivers Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll have been warned to avoid making "hard kerb strikes" due to damage sustained so far in practice for the Qatar Grand Prix.
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