Former F1 driver Johnny Herbert says he would not want “the man who made the wrong decision, the wrong call, that then lost me a world championship,” keep his position.
In a discussion on Sky Sports F1 Johnny Herbert said if F1’s race director Michael Masi keeps his position in 2022, it could lead to an uncomfortable situation between him and Lewis Hamilton.
“It’s not going to be a comfortable situation, probably for both, to be perfectly honest,” the Briton said.
“As a driver, and for Sir Lewis, I think he feels very aggrieved his championship was taken away.
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“You would not want – and I would not want – to have the man who made the wrong decision, the wrong call, that then lost me a world championship.
“I’d be very, very angry if he was allowed back, and I think Mercedes is in a very similar way.”
Herbert then emphasized there is still a lot of work the FIA needs to do to resolve this situation.
“There are a lot of things that need to be dealt with in the right way, especially from the FIA to make Formula 1 what we expect it to be – to be fair.”