Race Result in Question: Red Bull & Others Required to Report to Stewards

Red Bull Racing, Aston Martin, Williams, and Haas are all being required to report to FIA stewards for a hearing regarding Haas’ invocation of the right of review, potentially leading to a change in the outcome of the US Grand Prix.

Highlights

‣ Red Bull, Aston Martin, Williams, and Haas must all report to FIA stewards
‣ Haas’ Formula 1 team is invoking the right of review
‣ Outcome of the US Grand Prix could change as a result
‣ The hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 8, at 3 p.m. CET.


Red Bull Racing, Aston Martin, Williams, and Haas have been called to report to FIA stewards due to the right of review invoked by Haas. This puts the results of the US Grand Prix at risk of change. The FIA has confirmed a hearing to address the right of review invoked by Haas, regarding conduct at the Circuit of the Americas. This is after the team identified track limit violations allegedly missed by race control. “The hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 8, at 3 p.m. CET. It is up to Haas to come up with enough evidence to convince the stewards that the case should be reopened,” according to reports. If the team provides new evidence, the alleged violations will be further investigated. The issue concerns alleged violations of track limits in turn six, which could have implications for several drivers’ positions.
The right of review invoked by Haas challenges the results of the US Grand Prix by indicating missed track limit violations. The hearing will determine if the case should be reopened based on new evidence. This brings into question penalties or adjustments for several drivers involved in alleged track limit violations. The outcome of the US Grand Prix could significantly change pending the results of the hearing. The hearing will also address potential implications for various drivers, including Sergio Perez, George Russell, Pierre Gasly, Yuki Tsunoda, Nico Hulkenberg, and Valtteri Bottas. “;”>”This is an issue that needs to be addressed properly,” said a representative for Haas F1 Team. Each of the teams involved will need to await the outcome of the hearing to further comprehend the implications for their drivers and the overall standings.

Albert Ramirez
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