Mexico speed bumps “dangerous”, says Ocon

Last year, Lewis Hamilton cut across the grass after running wide at Turn 1 and rejoined in the lead ahead of Nico Rosberg, but did not get penalised.But when Max Verstappen did the same when defending from Sebastian Vettel, he was handed a penalty post-race. This year, the FIA has introduced speed bumps, which are 50mm high, on the left hand kerb between Turns 1 and 2, with a second … Keep reading

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