FIA outlines the process for inquiry into last year's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

FIA outlines the process for inquiry into last year's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Formula 1 governing body has outlined the process for inquiry into Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, due to rules not correctly applied by Michael masi after Lewis Hamilton lost his championship to red bull's Max verstappen after FIA Director. The FIA. The FIA will hold separate meeting with the sporting directors, from the team to the directors. The results of the meeting should be presented next month and also final decision will be announced at the eve of the new season.
Hamilton will not decide whether to return to formula 1 this season until the results of the FIA's inquiry into the Abu Dhabi race.

Fans as well as insider have said that Hamilton has lost trust in the governing body as a result of the event which occurred and FIA need to take a quick and  reliable action which can win his confidence back. FIA has admitted that this controversy is really tarnishing their image. On January 19, the FIA's sporting advisory committee - essentially, the sporting directors of all the F1 teams as well as FIA representatives - will meet to discuss the use of the safety car. There will also be discussions with the F1 drivers. The outcome of the detail analysed will be presented to the F1 commission in February and the final decision will be announced at the world motto sport council in Bahrain on 18 March 2022. FIA president Mohammed Ben sulayem has asked Bayer for proposals to review and optimize the organization of the FIA F1 structure of the 2022 session.

Hamilton is in a very difficult position right now because he will need to make a decision on his future before the first pre season test which is coming up on the 23 - 25 February. Hamilton will have time to discuss with the people leading the process, because there will be a meeting with the drivers, no date has been set for this yet but the plan is for it to be held in February.  Well Masi's position is still under scrutiny. Mercedes F1 team boss Toto Wolff accused the Australian of a "freestyle reading of the rules" which he said "robbed" Hamilton of the championship. And many senior figures in F1 do not see how Masi can survive this inquiry. Wolff will meet Ben sulayem on Friday for their first talk on the topic of the Abu Dhabi race.

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