The topic was mentioned at size within the common Friday briefing in Qatar, shortly after the Brazilian Grand Prix stewards confirmed that there could be no assessment of the Max Verstappen/Lewis Hamilton incident.
Nevertheless, Masi is adamant that they’ve been stored correctly knowledgeable.
“It has been made clear to them, what is predicted,” he stated.
“I feel the opposite events, a few of them agree, a few of them disagree.
“And that is all the time with every considered one of them, they’ve agreed and disagreed throughout.
“So we have given them some total steerage, but additionally been very clear on the truth that every case shall be judged on its deserves.”
Masi denied that the shortage of a penalty for Verstappen in Brazil recommended that the foundations have been relaxed of late.
“I would not name it extra relaxed, it is taking a look at every incident on its deserves,” he stated.
Michael Masi, Race Director
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“As we have now accomplished with every one, there’s a panel of unbiased stewards. Opposite to what many individuals assume, I am not the one sitting there as choose and jury.
“We take a look, we have now a panel of stewards that assessment every incident. After which as we noticed final weekend, they decide if it is worthy of an investigation.
“In the event that they do, it will get investigated, after which decide if there is a breach or not a breach.”
Requested if Verstappen’s transfer in Brazil would have been handled in another way had there been a unique run-off – gravel as a substitute of asphalt for instance – he admitted it might need been.
“Fairly presumably, sure,” he stated.
“However it’s good to take a look at the entire state of affairs and state of affairs, climate, run-off, and so on, and so on.”
Relating to the precise motive why Verstappen escaped sanction after Mercedes requested a assessment, he stated: “I do not know, I am unable to provide the actual consideration. Clearly I wasn’t sitting in there after they made that call.
“I used to be sitting within the first a part of the appropriate of assessment as an observer, however nothing extra.”