The FIA has begun their “detailed analysis” into the title decider between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton in Abu Dhabi.
The governing body says it will have “final decisions” made before the season starts in March 2022 which will be led by FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem.”
In a statement, it said: “A detailed analysis and clarification exercise for the future with all relevant parties” would be laid out for all teams.
The FIA added: “The FIA President launched a consultation with all F1 teams on various issues, including this one.
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“On January 19, an item on the agenda of the Sporting Advisory Committee will be dedicated to the use of the Safety Car. The following stage will be a shared discussion with all F1 drivers.
“The outcome of the detailed analysis will be presented to the F1 Commission in February and final decisions will be announced at the World Motor Sport Council in Bahrain on 18 March.
“President Mohammed Ben Sulayem has asked Secretary General Sport and recently appointed Single-Seater Director Peter Bayer for proposals to review and optimize the organization of the FIA F1 structure for the 2022 season.”
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