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Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has called on Formula One to abolish its rules on track limits in order to solve boring asphalt run-off areas.The FIA tightened its rules on track limits at last months Hungarian Grand Prix by imposing drive-through penalties on drivers if they exceeded track limits four times during the race at Turns 4 and 11.Wolff insists F1 would be far more spectacular if it eradicated track limits totally and left the drivers alone.The tarmac run off is so boring anyway that drivers are able to go off and re-join, Wolff said. If you go off the track you should be in a wall or in a gravel bed. If there is tarmac, let them have the quickest line.A million miles of run off areas, it becomes less and less spectacular and audiences have less interest in what we do, so my opinion is -- be it Club or Copse -- let them drive the quickest line.If it is somewhere too unsafe because we are coming too close to the barriers or when you re-join you are putting others in danger, then OK look at the specifics of that corner but for the rest just let them go, let them drive. [It is] spectacular pictures.Wolff believes the recent moves to police track limits, which has included using electronic sensors, is sending F1 in the wrong direction. He argues it is ridiculous to penalise drivers for going off track by the smallest of margins.If you start to analyse white lines, and whether a driver has put 2cm of his tyre on a white line and his lap time is going away, nobody understands anymore, Wolff explained.This is not long jump, where two centimetres makes the jump invalid, this is a six-kilometre track and two-centimetres shouldnt be changing that. Just leave the drivers alone, let them drive, provide spectacular pictures over the kerbs.A week later at Hockenheim FIA race director Charlie Whiting had to clarify track limits at Turn 1 after drivers were left confused, believing an agreement had been reached with the FIA in a Strategy Group meeting to move away from imposing penalties.Wolff feels the lack of consistency in F1s rules -- which has included the decision to revert back to the old qualifying format after two races and to free up radio communications half-way through the season -- risks alienating fans.Consistency in the rules is very important because we are not changing the size of a football goal every game and I felt that, in the last strategy meeting, we made really good progress on the various items.Finally, the radio nonsense goes away and provides again narrative for fans and spectators and TV audiences, and then we discussed the track limits should be limited by the kerbs and that therefore the drivers should go the quickest possible way. 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