McLaren boss Zak Brown calls for more transparency from F1 governing body

It comes a day after an ethics committee for F1’s governing body, FIA, cleared its president Mohammed Ben Sulayem of “any wrongdoing” over allegations of interference. “We’re living in 2024, not 1984, which means total transparency,” he said on Friday. Brown answered a barrage of questions about the various scandals engulfing F1 before Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park. Brown also hailed Oscar Piastri’s evolution 12 months on from the hometown driver’s Australian Grand Prix debut. The Melbourne-born driver is hoping to become the first Australian since F1 started racing at Albert Park to secure a podium finish. Brown was impressed by how quickly Piastri had adjusted to life as a Formula One driver.

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