Zak Brown calls for rule change in Formula 1

The head of the McLaren team analyzed what happened at the Belgian Grand Prix.

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What happened in the 2021 edition of Belgian Grand Prix made it clear that the sports regulations of the F1 should change as the "race" awarded half the score with only two laps with the safety car on the track. This is how he understands it Zak Brown, team manager McLaren.

Through a video that he shared on Twitter, the American expressed his position on the subject, which will surely be discussed by his peers and even by the same F.1 and the International Automobile Federation.

Zak Brown“The regulation says that after doing a few laps it can be called a race. I think that should be reviewed ... I don't think there is anyone who would argue that the conditions were safe for racing, but we need a better solution as a sport when that kind of situation occurs ", Brown analyzed.

“The result shouldn't be calling it a race after three laps behind a safety car. That is what the regulation says, but now we have to review it and agree that if this type of situation occurs, something has to be done differently ... ", He added.

Finally he assured: "I don't think anyone is saying it felt good to call this a career, so we will work and hope that something like this does not happen again."

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