The FIA boss hinted that F1 regulations could be changed after Belgian GP farce.
Passing a press conference Jean Todt, the president of the FIA (International Automobile Federation), returned on Tuesday to the Belgian GP aborted Sunday after only two laps behind the safety car.
“There was a window where we could try to start the race, but the weather conditions deteriorated quickly. As a result, because of the lack of visibility caused by the splashing water from the F1 cars, we could not compete in an entire race, in acceptable safety conditions for the pilots, the marshals, but also the courageous spectators who waited patiently. hours in the rain. I am so sorry for them. The FIA Stewards acted on the basis of the provisions of the International Sporting Code in force and applied it correctly. They stopped competing to have more time and therefore more possibilities to give the fans an F1 race .The FIA, the Formula 1 organizers, and the F1 teams will be studying the regulations closely, to see what we can learn and improve for the future, following what happened on Sunday. Thus a subject such as the distribution of points in these circumstances will be added to the agenda of the next F1 commission meeting, scheduled for October 5th.”