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Auto Shows Loose belts at Kwjat: FIA does not detect any rule violation

17:35  20 november  2020
17:35  20 november  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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AlphaTauri-Fahrer Daniil Kwjat fuhr auf Anweisung mit lockerem Gurt weiter © Motorsport Images AlphaTauri driver Daniil Kwjat continued to drive with a loose belt when instructed.

Ten laps before the end of the Portugal Grand Prix in Portimao: AlphaTauri driver Daniil Kwjat turned with a radio message to his team and reports that his seat belts are "open again" and that driving is "not safe". The reaction: Kvjat should stay on the track and bring the race to an end. That's exactly what he did.

But why didn't the World Automobile Federation (FIA) issue a penalty here? Formula 1 racing director Michael Masi explains that there was at least a "discussion" about it.

"In doing so, and during our investigations, we found that his belts had not come loose. Yes, they became a little loose and the team took measures to prevent that. That's all," said Masi.

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This is also in line with Kwjat's level of knowledge, who adds: "Our team has looked at it and has understood the matter. We have analyzed and corrected it. It will not happen again now."

It was "not such a great situation," admits Kwjat. "But we got rid of the problem. So it doesn't exist anymore."

In fact, Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc had already struggled with a loose belt in the 2020 Formula 1 season: At the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona he loosened his belt after a spin before he drove on. It wasn't until two laps later that he drove to the pits, where the mechanics retightened the belts, then Leclerc gave up, also without penalty.

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