That consequence in a number of his rivals featuring FIA race director Charlie Whiting for a clearing up on the rule at the same time as asking for outlook cases of the move to result in a drive-through punishment. The event was discussed at a GP Drivers’ Association conference in Shanghai on Friday even as a number of drivers have in public voiced their displeasure of Hamilton’s actions in the build-up to tomorrow’s race.
Other than Hamilton consider it has all been a big fuss over not anything and is concentrating on safe the best finish possible in Sunday’s race.My approach to racing is always the same,” he said. “I feel the ruling was fair.
He (Charlie Whiting) gave us a warning and I discussed with him that it is not something he wants to see and so I won’t do that again. It is lesson learned and we moved forward. I don’t know why the guys were fussing about it but it was not really much of a problem for me. They seemed to be talking about it for some time.
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