Sainz says racing rules “not very clear still” after Verstappen’s move

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Carlos Sainz says the drivers and the FIA will have “a deeper conversation about how we go racing”, after Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton‘s Brazilian Grand Prix incident.

While Lewis Hamilton was trying to overtake Max Verstappen at the Brazilian Grand Prix, the Dutch driver went wide and pushed Lewis off the track. The stewards decided not to investigate the incident.

After the incident many drivers have said that it is now not clear what type of racing is allowed. In pre-Qatar GP briefing Race Director Michael Masi tried to clarify things for the driivers, but Carlos Sainz says he is still unsure what is allowed and not allowed.

“In terms of racing approach, it is not very clear still,” Sainz said.

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“I think you have heard us already talk about this because we don’t know what is going to happen race by race.

“But as I said to the media, it looks like in the winter, there is going to be a deeper conversation about how we go racing and hopefully clarify things a bit more,” concluded the Spaniard.

His team-mate Charles Leclerc also blasted the decision immediately following the Brazilian GP.

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