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The debate over how best to deal with track limits abuses in Formula 1 has rumbled on for long enough. With stricter enforcement, there's no question drivers would quickly learn to abide by the rules.
In the 2013 Hungarian Grand Prix Romain Grosjean pulled off what should have gone down as one of the great overtakes in Formula 1 history.
Chasing Felipe Massa out of Turn 3, Grosjean attacked on the outside into the high-speed left-hand Turn 4 - by no means a conventional overtaking spot. With Massa defending, it seemed inevitable the move would fail, and Grosjean would either have to back out or use so much of the asphalt run-off that he'd end up in the waterpark that overlooks the Hungaroring.
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