After Crimson Bull driver Max Verstappen crossed the road eight seconds forward of McLaren’s Lando Norris to win the 71-lap race, spectators made their means onto a circuit that was nonetheless classed as stay.
Stakeholders set an agreed time at which the gates can be opened to permit followers onto the observe, with many making their option to the principle straight for the rostrum ceremony.
Nonetheless, Autosport understands that many climbed over the fences and that circuit officers weren’t answerable for the scenario.
Whereas the automobiles had left the circuit by the point spectators acquired by way of on and there should not thought to have been any accidents, the truth that individuals made their means onto the observe previous to the gate opening time has raised concern.
As such, circuit officers have been summoned to report back to the stewards.
A record-breaking, sold-out crowd of 267,000 individuals attended the Interlagos circuit over the weekend.
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Max Verstappen, Crimson Bull Racing RB19, Lando Norris, McLaren MCL60, Fernando Alonso, Aston Martin AMR23, Lance Stroll, Aston Martin AMR23, Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes F1 W14, the remainder of the sphere at first
The same incident unfolded on the Australian GP earlier this season. Though, in that case, spectators managed to interrupt the safety traces whereas the race was nonetheless ongoing.
Then, the FIA dominated that the “safety measures and the protocols which had been anticipated to be in place for the occasion weren’t enforced leading to an unsafe surroundings for the spectators, drivers and race officers”.
Spectators had been additionally capable of attain the automotive of Nico Hulkenberg, which was not in a secure situation as a consequence of having doable electrical discharge.
Following an investigation from the FIA, the Australian GP officers performed an intensive evaluation and pledged to undertake remedial and preventative steps for the 2024 race.