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McLaren joins calls for wider review of F1 rules and decisions

McLaren's CEO Zak Brown has added his voice to the calls for the FIA to undertake a wider review of its current rules and regulations and the decision making process behing them. It comes after the controversial finish to the 2021 season in which a number of decisions by race control had a major impact on the final race in Abu Dhabi, and on the overall outcome of the drivers championship between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton. Mercedes initially protested the result of the race but lost. The team decided against proceeding with an appeal, and were assured that a 'detailed analysis' would be conducted into how the end of the race was handled. Read also: Marko wants 'precise rules',...
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