FIA lists kerb changes at Singapore

Following the removal or repair of kerbing prior to and during FP1 of the Singapore Grand Prix, the FIA has re-examined the following areas of the Marina Bay Circuit and carried out the additional adjustments listed below.

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3 Exit

The white line denoting the track edge has been moved one metre from the wall and the area behind it painted red and white with non-slip paint

5 Entry

Checked for security

5 Apex

Checked for security

5 Exit

The kerb has been removed and the area between the track edge (white line) and the wall painted red and white with non-slip paint

7 Apex

The kerb itself remains unchanged but has been more securely fastened using new inserts in the track, new bolts and epoxy resin

7 Exit

The kerb itself remains unchanged but has been more securely fastened using new inserts in the track, new bolts and epoxy resin

8 Apex

Checked for security

9 Apex

Checked for security

10 Exit

Checked for security

11 Apex

Checked for security and repairs carried out

12 Apex

Checked for security and repairs carried out

13 Apex

The kerb has been replaced but with a shorter section, it has been more securely fastened using new bolts and epoxy resin

14 Entry

Checked for security

14 Apex

Checked for security

14 Exit

The white line denoting the track edge has been moved one and a half metres from the wall and the area behind it painted red and white with non-slip paint (It had been our intention to replace the kerb but satisfactory repairs proved impossible in the time available)

16 Apex

Checked for security

17 Apex

Checked for security

17 Exit

The kerb has been removed and the area between the track edge (white line) and the wall painted red and white with non-slip paint

18 Entry

The kerb has been removed and the area between the track edge (white line) and the wall painted red and white with non-slip paint

18 Apex

The kerb has been shortened and been more securely fastened using new bolts and epoxy resin