“Unacceptable” Austin bumps cause headaches and safety worries

Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton said he “was feeling horrible” after first United States Grand Prix practice because the Austin circuit’s bumps gave him a “massive headache”.
Other drivers raised concerns that the bumps risk causing crashes and even injuries, with Racing Point’s Sergio Perez calling the track surface “totally unacceptable”.
Lewis Hamilton: “So I was feeling horrible, I had a massive headache after P1, and had to lay down.”
Sergio Perez: “We have seen some incidents due to the bumps and I think that is just not acceptable.”
Lance Stroll: “They’re like speed bumps out there so it’s too much.”

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