F1: Masi ‘signed NDA with FIA’ banning him from talking about Abu Dhabi

Former F1 race director Michael Masi has signed a non-disclosure agreement with the FIA to ban him from talking about the Abu Dhabi controversy, according to reports.

Masi allowed five cars to unlap themselves after the safety car which enabled Max Verstappen, on fresh tires, to overtake Lewis Hamilton on the last lap and claim his first world title – prompting a furious appeal by Mercedes.

His ‘human error’ resulted in the rules being changed for the 2022 season, while team bosses are now not permitted to speak to the new team of race directors during F1 Grand Prix.

And the fact Masi signed an NDA preventing him from discussing the mess raises further suspicion fans still hold over the chain of events in the Emirati desert.


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