Over the weekend the FIA will present the findings from their investigation into the controversial finish of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the World Motorsport Council meeting.
While it is as of yet unknown if the full report will be released to the public, Max Verstappen, the man who benefitted from the decisions that were being investigated, says he doesn’t think it is needed.
“I don’t think we need a full report,” Verstappen said.
“Of course, every year it is good to discuss what happened the year before and what you can do better.
“That is what teams do as well, you analyse everything you do so we will find out and if things can be written down in an easier way or a way to understand it better in the wording, for sure, but let’s see.”
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When asked if he feels he has a point to prove in 2022, considering the controversial nature of his title win, Max proceeded to again explain why he believes he ‘deserves’ the 2021 title.
“I proved that with the most wins, the most poles and most laps led. People forget that. They only look at Abu Dhabi apparently. But we have more races than only Abu Dhabi in the season.”
The Dutch driver also said he doesn’t feel sorry for Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes for the manner in which they lost the title.
“They don’t feel sorry for us when I was in the wall [at Silverstone] and we don’t feel sorry for them with what happens in Abu Dhabi.
“It was the perfect ending to the year and if it wasn’t for the points I lost during the season the championship would have been decided three races before the end,” Verstappen concluded.