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F1's ‘wounds will heal' after 2021 title finale

Jan.25 Zak Brown thinks Formula 1's 'wounds will heal' early this season as the sport moves on from the title-ending controversy in Abu Dhabi. According to well-placed sources, the early leaks from the FIA's current investigation into the matter reveal that race director Michael Masi has lost the support of many drivers and teams. But McLaren supremo Brown hits back at the narrative that Masi's late-race decisions, culminating in the last-lap dash for the title that saw Max Verstappen become world champion, proves that 'the sport is corrupt'. 'As soon as more time has passed and the new season has started, the wounds will heal,' said the American. 'But the FIA does need to bring...
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