2020-09-14 17:13 Autosport

F1 sees no need to review safety car restarts after Tuscan GP incident

Formula 1 race director Michael Masi says there's no need to review the safety car restart rules after the accident in the Tuscan Grand Prix and dismissed criticism from drivers


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