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Masi explains how team radio messages to FIA have changed since being broadcast

Article To news overview © Mercedes Formula 1 race director Michael Masi believes that teams have slightly changed their usage of the radio that allows them to speak to him since the decision was made to publicly broadcast it. Teams have had the facility that enables them to discuss any issues with race control for a long time, but these messages have only been aired to the public since the 2021 season. The first time it was heard was during the Spanish Grand Prix, where Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff was heard complaining to Masi that Nikita Mazepin needed to be shown blue flags to allow Lewis Hamilton to lap him. Additionally at the Styrian Grand Prix, a message from McLaren was...
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