FIA removes Raidillon kerb

By on Saturday, August 22, 2015
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The FIA has removed the orange kerb at the top of the Eau Rouge-Raidillon complex, following complaints from drivers after Friday's practice sessions at the Belgian Grand Prix.

A kerb was installed prior to the race weekend in order to deter drivers from running wide at the left hand kink at the top of the hill, thus gaining an advantage.

The kerb has been removed ahead of Saturday's third practice session, but stewards will be informed if a driver exceeds track limits and gains an advantage.

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