Drivers complain about safety of Marina Bay street circuit

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Although there have already been made some improvements on the Marina Bay street circuit, the drivers don't seem all to happy with the new track. The drivers had a one hour meeting with Charlie Whiting yesterday after the free practice sessions to request a number of improvements on the track.

According to the F1 drivers, some parts of the track are very bad lit by the flood lights. They also complained about the pitlane entry and bumps on the track.

Although the high bumps on the kerbs at Turn 10 have been lowered, drivers believe that they are still too high. David Coulthard said: "We've seen a few drivers already having incidents there at Turn 10 and I'm sure we'll see more of the same story during the weekend if it can't be changed."