Valtteri Bottas said his huge crash in practice for the Austrian Grand Prix was deserved punishment for his mistake, backing more tracks to be as savage as the Red Bull Ring.
Carbon fibre littered the circuit at many different points of Friday's two sessions, with the 'sausage' kerbs doing damage to front wings, while FP2 was punctuated by two big crashes: one for Max Verstappen, and Bottas' soon after.
Bottas ploughed front wing-first into the barriers after getting out of shape in Turn 6, and was passed fit after a precautionary medical check, having endured 25G in the incident.
"It makes a difference. I have to say, even though I crashed, I do prefer to be penalised for your mistakes," Bottas said.
"It makes it a little bit more exciting. That's how it should be, and the tiniest error will cost a lot here with aggressive kerbs and run-offs and everything. I think that's the way to go."