Haas has filed a Right to Review petition with the FIA to change the result of the United States Grand Prix due to track violations allegedly missed by race control, with a hearing set for Wednesday, November 8th, and the team hopeful to move forward in the rankings.
‣ Haas F1 has filed a “Right to Review” petition with the FIA to challenge the result of the United States Grand Prix
‣ Red Bull Racing, Aston Martin, and Williams have been summoned to appear at the “Right to Review” hearing
‣ Haas F1 must present new evidence to convince stewards to reopen the case and investigate the alleged offenses
‣ Haas F1 hopes that the stewards will reconsider the outcome of the race and take action if clear evidence is presented
There may still be a change in the results of the United States Grand Prix more than two weeks after the race. Haas F1 has filed a Right to Review petition with the FIA in hopes of moving forward in the rankings. The FIA has summoned Red Bull Racing, Aston Martin, and Williams to appear virtually at the hearing on November 8 to address the conduct of the GP at the Circuit of the Americas. The US Haas F1 team claims that track limits violations were overlooked by race control during the event.
For the result to be overturned, Haas must provide new evidence to convince the stewards that the case should be reopened. If proven right, the alleged offences will be investigated and could potentially change the outcome of the race. According to Guenther Steiner, Haas’ team boss, there is a good chance the stewards will reconsider the conclusion, as they now have clear evidence of the violations. He emphasizes the importance of respecting rules in the sport, regardless of the penalty.
The hearing will take place virtually on November 8, giving Haas F1 an opportunity to present their new evidence to the FIA. Whether the outcome of the United States Grand Prix will change or not remains to be seen, but Haas F1 is hopeful for a positive result.