sosic2121 wrote: ↑
Sat Jun 22, 2019 8:43 am
Phil wrote: ↑
Sat Jun 22, 2019 8:24 am
The track is defined by the white line per the rules.
So, if hamilton persisted, and successfully made a move around Vettel, he would have to give the place back because he was off track?
And why was he off the track..... Errr
Because Vettel pushed him off the track. Which if you haven't read already is completely against the rules.
As Phil pointed out, Monaco 16, Ricciardo was left a cars width, the weather doesn't matter, wet or dry, you must leave a cars width.
Track limits in Monaco are the white lines (where there are any, like turn 1, nouvelle chicane, swimming pool) if no white lines then its the barrier.
Canada track limits are pretty much white lines all the way, its just the drivers often go out as far as the wall with 2 wheels just about on the track which is what the rules allow.