Lewis Hamilton says the changes made to the kerbs at the Singapore Sling chicane have made the corner worse than before:
I think the changes made to the track have made it worse – and the chicane is now very tricky.
You approach it at 170mph – and if something goes wrong, and you hit one of those kerbs, then you could have a nasty accident.
The turn ten chicane has proved controversial since the first year F1 raced at the Singapore track, when the race organisers having to make overnight changes to its kerbs.
Adrian Sutil damaged his Force India when his car flew into the air after hitting the kerbs in second practice.
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