Aug.20 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Organisers of the Singapore grand prix will finally remove the controversial ‘Singapore sling’ chicane.
The slow and unusual chicane, featuring high and harsh kerbs for the left-right-left flick, has been consistently criticised by drivers and teams since the sport arrived at the now highly-popular night race venue in 2008.
Speed Week correspondent Mathias Brunner reports this week that Turn 10 of the Marina Bay street circuit will now be a simple left-hand corner.
The report also said the layout at key sections including turns 1-2, 5-8 and along the esplanade will be resurfaced in order to make the track less bumpy.
This year’s Singapore grand prix will be held on 22 September.
by Mircea Serafim
) - Tuesday, August 20th, 2013 - filed under Motorsport
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