Niki Lauda couldn't resist a jibe at rivals Ferrari on Sunday after the botched chequered flag incident near the end of the Chinese grand prix.
Because an official waved the chequered flag a lap early, the results of the Shanghai race had to be re-jigged.
The big victim was Kamui Kobayashi, whose last-lap pass on Jules Bianchi was stricken entirely from the record.
"I was thinking 'am I seeing things?' said winner Lewis Hamilton, recalling the early chequer.
Mercedes chairman Lauda couldn't resist a dig at Ferrari.
"We had discussions in Bahrain and the red team wanted the races to be shorter," he grinned on German television RTL. "So this was the test," Lauda...
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