If this is not resolved by way of the FIA enchantment, there may well be felony motion as neatly from Red Bull.
Red Bull has already expressed its displeasure against the penalty that used to be passed to Lewis Hamilton in gentle of his large collision with Max Verstappen. The proven fact that Hamilton went directly to win the race in spite of the penalty has fuelled a possible lawsuit that Red Bull plans to convey forth. Verstappen’s lead wasn’t handiest minimize brief on the planet championship. There is a domino impact within the age of the fee cap as Verstappen’s automotive took numerous harm and doubtlessly even his engine is a write-off. This manner the brand new portions for Verstappen’s automotive will consume up one of the most budgets that Red Bull has been suffering to steadiness. It may even imply activity cuts. If the engine is written off, Verstappen might want to take a grid penalty which is able to additional impede his international championship fee.
Martin Brundle in his Sky Sports column has published that Red Bull it sounds as if has some crash information which it plans to make use of in opposition to Mercedes and Hamilton to get the sector champion a one-race ban for the crash. Red Bull plans on interesting the penalty to the FIA as neatly.
“I have been told by Red Bull that there is data that they can use to prove that Hamilton went into Copse Corner significantly faster than at any other time and that he could not have made the corner without going wide and inevitably tapping Verstappen in the end,” mentioned the previous F1 driving force.
“It is likely that this data will come out. And if Red Bull think they have ‘new evidence, then they can appeal to the FIA because they think Hamilton is more at fault than first thought and the punishment for the Briton was handled too leniently,” he added.
If this is not resolved by way of the FIA enchantment, there may well be felony motion as neatly from Red Bull. Brundle additionally expressed his displeasure on the method each Toto Wolff and Christian Horner, the bosses of Mercedes and Red Bull attempted to steer the stewards after the crash.
“I felt a little uncomfortable hearing the radio messages from Red Bull and Mercedes, who were trying to influence the situation by lobbying the race director. Apparently, that’s how communication goes these days,” he mentioned.