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Wolff doesn’t want FIA to just fire Masi after ‘rigged’ Abu Dhabi GP

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff does not want the FIA to simply fire race director Michael Masi following the highly controversial 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Instead, the Austrian has called for major changes to the decision-making process in the sport. Masi deployed the Safety Car late on in the race following a crash for Williams’ Nicholas Latifi, and Red Bull used this opportunity to pit Max Verstappen for fresh tyres. Sir Lewis Hamilton was left out on track by Mercedes, as they feared losing track position to the Dutchman, especially if the race were to run out of laps to resume racing. This left five lapped cars between the two championship contenders, and Masi has initially...
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