Formula 1 team bosses expect the black-and-orange flag to be used less often in future following the dispute which arose at the United States Grand Prix.
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Ferrari’s racing director Laurent Mekies says F1’s radical rules changes for 2022 have the potential to change the grid order.
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Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari said an emotional farewell to each other following the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the end of their six years together.
“If you want chaos and carnage and drivers being made to idiots there are other categories and sports out there you can go and watch” complained one driver after the Turkish Grand Prix.
Ferrari has announced the FIA’s Laurent Mekies will join its technical team. Mekies served as safety director and deputy race director at the sport’s governing body.