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Interesting information about the asphalt. It would be great if they could find a means of reducing, or better still eliminating, the berms and ripples caused by car and truck racing. Although Phillip Island doesn't endure the damage caused by the worst culprits, F1, if it proves more durable, then the formula could be adopted for new tracks and gradually introduced when older ones are resurfaced. If it costs too much though, circuits are likely to stick with older less resistant asphalts to keep their profit margins high. F1 and truck racing should pay an enormous 'road tax' for the cost of repairing the damage they do.