After appeal denial, F1 driver Sebastian Vettel suggests FIA’s regulations prevent racing06/21/2019
Sebastian Vettel will now be officially scored in secod place in this year’s F1 Canadian Grand Prix.
Ferrari left a meeting Friday “disappointed” by the FIA’s decision not to allow an appeal against Sebastian Vettel’s F1 Canadian Grand Prix penalty.
In what will possibly be the most heavily anticipated saga of the second season of Formula 1’s “Race to Survive” documentary, Ferrari has finally put a lid on the Canadian Grand Prix after the team was denied a right to review hearing by the FIA.
Accepting that nothing more can be done, team boss Mattia Binotto made a short statement at the start of his Friday media session.
“I think, without commenting much on the decision, I think that no doubt as Ferrari, we are all very unhappy and disappointed,” said Binotto. “We are disappointed, certainly for Ferrari, but we are disappointed for the fans and for our sport and we do not intend to comment any further.”
Shortly after the outcome was announced, Vettel faced the media and joked that the only way he could stay out of trouble would be to retire. He also suggested that the regulations are the problem and that they prevent racing.
“This started a long time ago, when it was about, ‘Oh did he cross the white line?’…. let us do what we want,” Vettel told Sky Sports. “If you’re unhappy with how we race or how we drive, then build different tracks. It’s as easy as that.
“Don’t build car parks with lines and curbs on it, like that one. Anyways, it is what it is.
“There are too many paragraphs. What do you change? How can you change it? Just burn the papers.”
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