Lewis Hamilton has already moved past the controversy surrounding track limits that emerged following his victory at the Bahrain Grand Prix, stating the matter isn't a real issue for him.
Track limits rules have been announced by the FIA for this weekend's Emilia Romagna GP after the Mercedes star consistently ran wide at Turn 4 at the Bahrain International Circuit. While the topic remains a talking point, Hamilton hasn't given the matter much thought.
"I've not thought about it a lot since the race [in Bahrain]," Hamilton told RacingNews365.com and other members of the media. "It was very clear for me. That corner is an odd one.
"Then in the race they said they weren't policing it, that it wouldn't be policed. Then all of a sudden I got the message in the race and it was unclear initially. I didn't lose any time and didn't gain any time.
"If anything, it helped save the tyres and looking at the data I was just as quick, so it's no real issue for me."
Looking back at Bahrain, Hamilton was more than pleased with how things played out in Bahrain given Mercedes' struggles and the pace of Max Verstappen and Red Bull.
"I generally had a positive feeling naturally, with the result," Hamilton added. "I think it was a very difficult weekend for us. I think it's clear that Red Bull have started off really well with a great package and Max is driving really well.
"It's set up for a good season ahead and, of course, we don't know what to expect moving forward into these next races with different temperatures and different track surfaces but it's going to be fun, one way or another."