Amid the actions of the Bahrain GP, the first of the 2022 Formula 1the FIA (Federation Internationale de Automobilismo) released this Saturday the full report on the events in Abu Dhabi, in the race that resulted in the title for Max Verstappen in 2021. The investigation had already been announced by the former president of the entity Jean Todt and concluded under the mandate of the new boss of the regulatory body, Mohammed Ben Sulayem.
As key points in the report, the FIA said former race director Michael Masi was “acting in good faith and to the best of his knowledge”. At the same time, the entity admitted that “human error led to the fact that not all cars were allowed to overtake the safety car” and that ultimately the outcome of the race – and, by therefore, from the title – “is valid, final and not subject to change”.
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