The FIA will control the potential advantage of off-track racing in the upcoming race for the Mexican Grand Prix, using the electronic sensors most recently used in the Belgian Grand Prix.
Electronic control of off-track racing has already been implemented by the FIA in the Raidillon bend at the Spa Francorchamps race track, and due to the system's success, the Formulation 1 sensors will be reused in the upcoming race in Mexico, where they will be installed in turn no. 11.
F1 Race Director Michael Masi explained before the race in Mexico how the FIA would control and punish racers.
Circle to be reached by off-track driving in 11. the bend will be deleted immediately and the system will be reported to the commissioners. If the racer repeats the offense three times, he will be shown a black and white flag, which will be the last warning. On the next intersection, however, the commissioners will award a penalty.