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Slater questions whether Masi’s position is ‘untenable’

Sky Sports' Craig Slater has said race director Michael Masi caused a 'headache' for Formula 1 with his Abu Dhabi decisions, and questioned if his position with the FIA has now become 'untenable'. Masi has been under intense scrutiny after his decision to restart the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix with one lap to go, which ultimately led to Max Verstappen passing Lewis Hamilton on fresher tyres to take his first World Championship, with the fall-out of the season finale continuing into the new year. The FIA is undertaking an internal investigation into how events were handled in Abu Dhabi, with Slater reporting that they have set a deadline of Thursday 3 February to publish their findings, in time...
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