The simple solution to F1's track limits problem

The simple solution to F1's track limits problem

Safety and track limits were unsurprisingly among the main topics of conversation in the F1 paddock at Monza after Alex Peroni's F3 crash. One alternative to the sausage kerbs involved could drastically reduce the frequency of such discussions

When watching replays of Alex Peroni's FIA Formula 3 car flying through the air at Monza last weekend, it looks more like the kind of crash you see in a glitchy sim racing game than something that can happen in real life.

But while the immediate discussion over Peroni's accident revolved around safety - and a hat must be tipped to the roles that the chassis, halo, barrier and fencing protections played in saving his life - the real issue at stake here does not have its roots in safety.

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