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August 24, 2013 10:00 AM
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F1 » Drivers concerned over Friday punctures

LOL Tai! Just spotted on BBC F1 site - " They found a piece of tungsten in the kerbs on the exit of the Fagnes left-hander, otherwise known as Turn 13. The right rear tyre of the cars would run over this kerb as they exited that corner, which immediately precedes the Stavelot and Paul Frere corners where the failures on the cars of Alonso and Vettel were discovered. The piece of metal was exactly the same size as the hole that was punctured in Alonso's tyre and a similar diameter to the width of the longitudinal cut around part of the circumference of Vettel's tyre. " VERY unusual to find this material in a Kerb stone. Years ago I was a Welder and we used Tungsten Electrodes for Tig Welding I wonder if this could be one of those?

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