Verstappen: F1 doesn’t need to see full FIA report into Abu Dhabi

Listen to this article The FIA’s World Motor Sport Council is set to meet in Bahrain on Friday, with the findings of the probe into the events of last year’s season finale – where Verstappen beat Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton to the race win and the title after the safety car rules were interpreted incorrectly, to the latter’s disadvantage – set to be released. The events at the Yas Marina track have already had a major impact on F1’s future, with then race director Michael Masi removed from his role and new FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem promising greater transparency and new systems to helps Masi’s replacements from 2022 onwards. When asked for his expectations on the FIA’s findings and if he would like to see the full report when it becomes available during the pre-FP1 press conference for this weekend’s Bahrain GP, Verstappen replied: “I don’t think we need a full report. “Of course always every year it’s good to discuss about happened in the year before. Right? You always analyse everything you do. “So, yeah, we’ll find …

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