The FIA is introducing changes to the ‘right to review’ process after Haas launched an unsuccessful challenge against Red Bull, Aston Martin and Williams over track limit violations at the US Grand Prix. The conversation about the process from the back of the recent triple headers started with Haas launching their protest for the GP in the United States after the following race in Mexico City had already taken place.
F1’s only American team claimed that on-board camera footage from the cars of Sergio Perez, Lance Stroll, Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant was not properly reviewed, claiming that these drivers, collectively, committed numerous infringements on the boundaries of the unpenalized tracks. However, the FIA ultimately dismissed the challenge, arguing that Haas had not presented any evidence that had not already been considered. Behind this failed process, changes are being made.
According to a report from Motorsport.comit is proposed that the FIA will reduce the window in which teams can apply for a right to review after the conclusion of a race from 14 days to four days, and add a fee of £5,200 (€6,000) to each review.
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