“So, as you’ve heard, I would like the teams to continue to have less influence because we’ve developed half of those rules.”
During the race, Red Bull boss Christian Horner and his Mercedes colleague Toto Wolff went to Masi via radio and apparently tried to influence the race director’s decisions.
F1 managing director Ross Brawn says the FIA has already taken action on this and will take action against teams that bomb the race director.
“I’m not a fan, especially when it airs – which is Ross [Brawn] said is not going to happen anymore – because now you see some team bosses doing things with the camera on them, “he said.
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