Hamilton’s solution to avoid a truncated limit switch

Lewis Hamilton offers a very simple solution to avoid reliving the truncated end of the race of the Italian Grand Prix: the use of the red flag.

The end of the race was to say the least truncated yesterday at the Italian Grand Prix, the event having ended behind the safety car to the greatest dissatisfaction of the supporters but also of the drivers.

Lewis Hamilton – who would have won the title last year if the race had ended behind the safety car in Abu Dhabi – went with his little proposal to avoid repeating such a situation in the future.

“As a driver you don’t want to end a Grand Prix this waycomments the seven-time Formula 1 world champion. I think that if an incident occurs in the last five laps of a Grand Prix, we should automatically put out the red flag and stop the race. »

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“At least the safety car procedure was respected today, which has not always been the case in the recent past. It all reminded me of Abu Dhabi, the only time in the history of the sport when the rules weren’t enforced as they should have been…”

Starting from the back of the starting grid due to his engine penalty, Hamilton nevertheless had a good race, passing the checkered flag in fifth position.

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