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Grand Prix of Singapore: FIA punishes shortcut of the route

Thursday, September 14th, 2017 | Sports

14. September 2017 – 10:35

The FIA ​​punishes drivers when they shorten the route in Singapore


(cafetheology.org) – In Singapore, the FIA ​​wants to prevent drivers from gaining an advantage by not taking the route limits too closely. Especially in Curve 2 of the Marina Bay Circuit the drivers can gain some time when they cut the curve. To prevent this, the FIA ​​- as in other routes in previous Grands Prix – ensures that such an abridgement will result in a loss of time. In a message to the teams, the motor sport authority makes it clear that anyone who is in the curve 2 of "Any driver who does not manage to stay on the track in turn 2, and who passes the entire right of the orange rim, must be on the right of the red and white pylons "said the racing director, Charlie Whiting. The FIA ​​has also confirmed that some parts of the track have been given a new asphalt pavement: Curves 1 and 2, a 100 meter long section after curve 5 , Parts between the curves 12 and 13, and the curves 15, 16 and 17. In addition, the pit lane is wider because the pit wall is 275 millimeters further away from the garages. The purpose of the measure was to widen Fast Lane.


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