Sep.26 (GMM) It is understood that FIA race director and safety delegate Charlie Whiting has ordered high kerbs at Singapore's turn 10 hairpin be modified ahead of Friday free practice.
Many drivers had expressed concern about the 'turtle'-like bumps on the verge of the kerbs.
"We worry that if we have to go over them, it could damage the bottom of the car," said former double world champion Fernando Alonso.
"If you damage one car it's not a problem as you can take the T-car but if you damage two you go home," the Renault driver added.
Written: Fri, 26 Sep 2008 09:20:02
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