an upheaval in the hierarchy of the FIA?


The FIA ​​council has finally spoken about the last Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. An investigation has just been publicly opened. Steps and possible conclusions.

The investigation into the final controversy between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen never stops talking about her. The FIA announced yesterday, message explaining the steps which they will go through during this council.

Since January 12, the administration of the FIA ​​has started a detailed analysis on the events of Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, as we already know. The new president of the Federation, Mohammad Ben Sulayem, particularly took things in hand to restore the image of his body. A deadline has in particular been set at March 18, for the deal to be completed before the start of the new F1 season. The objective is not to reproduce the same errors.

“The FIA ​​President has launched a consultation with all teams in the Fl on various issues, including this one. On January 19, a point on the agenda of the Sports Advisory Committee will be devoted to the use of the safety car. The next step will be a shared discussion with all F1 drivers. The result of the detailed analysis will be presented to the F1 Commission in February.”

It will therefore be necessary wait until February before getting any clarification.

It is Peter Bayer, general secretary of sports and director of single-seaters, who is responsible for providing elements of response to the board after hearing the teams and drivers. The latter notably took the place of Michael Masi and of Nikolas Tombazis. It is also a wish of the FIA ​​to suggest proposals for optimize the hierarchical organization of the FIA for the 2022 F1 season. Should we therefore expect drastic changes at this level? Will we see Michael Masi again in the role of race director? Response no later than March 18, to find out.

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