The FIA have outlined the strict track limits that will be enforced during this weekend's French Grand Prix at Paul Ricard.
As a circuit that has huge amounts of run-off everywhere around the track itself, the FIA have had to implement particularly strict rules to ensure fairness and safety for those who make a mistake.
Turns 1 & 2
Any driver who fails to take Turn 2 correctly, passing to the right of the yellow bollard pictured, will have to stick to the right and then re-join the track by driving through the two arrays of blocks in the run-off area.
See the image below to see where drivers must go to safely rejoin.
If a driver fails to take Turn 4 correctly on track, going to the left of the bollard on the apex, they must then stay left and re-join the track by driving to the left of the block in the run-off area.
See the image below for more detail.
Turns 8 & 9
Any driver going straight on at Turn 8 must re-join the track by driving through the four arrays of blocks in the escape road, to the left of the first, to the right of the second, to the left of the third and to the right of the fourth.
As usual, these restrictions will be applied on a cumulative basis, meaning drivers will be permitted three off-track moments at these points on track before being shown the black and white flag and being referred to the stewards.