F1 suffers ANOTHER near-miss in the pit-lane, with McLaren star Lando Norris narrowly missing a pedestrian in Miami… just a week after Esteban Ocon had people blocking the track in Baku before the race was over

Formula One narrowly avoided a pit-lane collision with a pedestrian for the second time in consecutive weeks in Miami on Sunday, it has emerged. The FIA are investigating the incident, which occurred on lap five of 57, when an individual – believed to be a local marshal – walked in front of Lando Norris’s McLaren as the Briton entered the pits in his McLaren. An FIA spokesman said: ‘We are aware of the incident and looking into it with local organisers.’. It was investigated by the FIA, who updated their regulations ahead of the Miami race. The FIA warned that, ‘any infringement will result in the removal of passes from the team(s) in question from subsequent events, and potential reporting of the infringing team(s) to the stewards.

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