FIA takes action against corner cutting at start of Singapore lap -

FIA takes action against corner cutting at start of Singapore lap

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  • Sep 14 2017 08:24About: 2 months ago
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The FIA will take a no-nonsense approach to Formula 1 drivers abusing track limits at the first sequence of corners at the Singapore Grand Prix...



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