F1 race director Charlie Whiting has hit back at Niki Lauda, after the Mercedes team chairman slammed as "ridiculous" the delayed British grand prix.
"The chances of it happening again are zero," F1 legend Lauda said as Silverstone track workers were ordered to replace armco fencing damaged by Kimi Raikkonen's crash.
The repairs took an hour.
"They (the FIA) take care of every little detail and a lot of people will switch the television off," triple world champion Lauda added.
The great Austrian said that because the chance of an identical incident was "zero", a better solution would have been to quickly drag a tyre barrier in front of the damaged...
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