Amid wide-scale unease about the way in which that F1’s guidelines meant that championship factors have been handed out after drivers accomplished simply three behind a security automobile in Belgium final weekend, Todt has confirmed that the laws might be checked out.
In a press release issued on Twitter, Todt that he’ll desk talks concerning the scenario on the subsequent assembly of the F1 Fee which takes place in simply a couple of month’s time.
“The FIA along with Components 1 and the groups will fastidiously evaluate the laws to see what might be realized and improved for the long run,” he stated.
“The findings, together with the subject of factors allocation, might be added to the agenda of the subsequent F1 Fee assembly on October 5.”
The F1 Fee is a rules-making physique that contains members of the FIA, F1’s business rights holder and the groups.
There are 30 votes out there – 10 for the FIA, 10 for F1 and 10 for the groups – and a majority is required for laws to be put ahead to the World Motor Sport Council for ratification.
Rule adjustments which can be for the next yr require a complete of 26 votes, whereas tweaks for the present season require a brilliant majority of 28 votes.
The unhappiness about what occurred in Belgium, which Lewis Hamilton labelled as a ‘farce’ on Instagram, signifies that there would nearly actually be sufficient help for a direct change to the laws.
The most definitely tweaks could be to make sure that factors weren’t handed out within the occasion that automobiles didn’t really race.
Todt is obvious that the FIA did all it may to attempt to get the Belgian GP run on Sunday, however stated that the climate didn’t let as much as enable it to occur.
“This yr’s Belgian Grand Prix offered extraordinary challenges to the FIA Components 1 world championship,” he stated.
“The climate home windows predicted by the forecasters didn’t seem all through the day, and whereas a small window did seem late within the day throughout which there was an try to start out the race, circumstances shortly worsened once more.
“Subsequently, as a result of lack of visibility created by the spray behind the automobiles, we couldn’t run the total race in sufficiently protected circumstances for the drivers, marshals in addition to the courageous spectators who waited for a lot of hours within the race, for whom I’m very sorry. This has been recognised by all stakeholders.
“The FIA stewards have, based mostly on the provisions of the Worldwide Sporting Code, stopped the competitors to achieve extra time, and due to this fact extra potential to offer the followers an F1 race.
“Regardless of these efforts, the race couldn’t be began after the protection automobile laps and the present laws have been appropriately utilized.”