McLaren boss Zak Brown weighs in on Michael Masi incident with blunt FIA request


“So as you’ve heard me bang on about, I’d continue to like to see less influence from the teams, because we’re the ones who developed half of these rules.”

During the race, Red Bull boss Christian Horner and his Mercedes counterpart Toto Wolff were on the radio to Masi, seemingly trying to sway the race director’s decisions.

F1 managing director Ross Brawn says the FIA have already taken action on that one, and that they would crack down on teams bombarding the race director.

“I’m not a fan, especially with it being broadcast — which Ross [Brawn] has said is no longer going to happen — because you now see some team bosses doing things because the camera’s on them,” he said.



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