“I hope he will be fine,” the former FIA president expressed concern about Michael Masi’s state of health amid growing calls for his removal.

Michael Masi
Jean Todt and Michael Masi

The 2021 season sees Lewis Hamilton missed the record 8order world title after a controversial cancellation decision from the race director Michael Masi gave his opponent Max Verstappen to win his first world title in the final lap of the season in Abu Dhabi. Michael Masi was criticized when the legitimacy of his decision was questioned and the FIA ​​opened an investigation into the incident and the final report will be released only days before the 2022 season kicks off at Bahrain.

Now, Jean Todt, the former FIA president, whose term ends a few days before the team ends the 2021 season in Abu Dhabi after 12 years of service, has expressed his concerns about Michael Masi’s health as well as his future. His with F1 remains unclear. Jean Todt said he has been in contact with Masi and talked to him about things other than the Abu Dhabi TV series and that he hopes Michael Masi will be fine.

I spoke to him, not specifically about what happened in Abu Dhabi, but about him as a human being. I hope he will be fineJean Todd told sky sports.

F1’s “main focus” in 2022 is “making sure the Race Director has better support”; Red Boss Christian Horner

Christian Horner
Christian Horner

Red Bull captain Christian Horner told Sky Sports that Formula 1’s main focus for 2022 will be on ensuring that the race director has better support. Christian Horner expressed his optimism that as Formula 1 planned to assist the race director during the winter, the decision would be easier, and later added that the regulations would also be simpler.

“New FIA President [Mohammed bin Sulayem] has put the main focus on this and I think there is a big incentive to make sure that Race Director has better support. The tools we have at our disposal go beyond Michael and his team.” Christian Horner said.

“So I think there’s a lot of focus in the winter and I think you’ll find that role better supported, which will hopefully allow for easier and quicker decisions, but I think we also have to look at regulations to simplify them,” Christian Horner added.

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