Lewis Hamilton’s shock F1 title loss at Abu Dhabi GP unlikely to happen again after safety car rule change in Italy

LEWIS HAMILTON can sleep easy knowing he’ll never lose the Formula One World Championship because of a safety car controversy ever again – thanks to a rule change. “There was a car on track, there were marshals, a crane out there, that’s why they didn’t let anybody overtake and then there wasn’t enough time to restart the race once all cars caught up. “So I don’t think we need to complain about anything that happened because this is the rules. But what happened is in the regulations book and that’s why it was applied.”. He said the weekend’s race brought “memories back” of what had happened. He said: “We don’t want to win a race under a safety car. “We had the faster car and we would have liked to win the race on the track, not behind the safety car.

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