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FIA shouldn't investigate any incidents - Lauda

Niki Lauda has called upon the FIA's race stewards to back off investigating every on-track incident, but rather to let the drivers sort it out themselves. It was reported over the Austrian Grand Prix weekend that the FIA would be more lenient when it came to clashes, but it still investigated a number of incidents during the race. Lauda believes they need to go further and scrap the idea of investigating an incident during a race altogether. "I went to Charlie [Whiting] and Bernie [Ecclestone] and said we need to bring the old days back, like when [Nelson] Piquet hit the other guy [Eliseo Salazar] at Hockenheim. "You should leave it to the drivers," he added. "Don't...
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