Offbeat Marc Surer takes Michael Masi in protection: "A shitjob!"
Masi defends FIA Commissioners: Referee will never be popular ...
© Motorsport Images FIA race director Michael Masi is satisfied with the work of commissars FIA race director Michael Masi is convinced that the current referee system of Formula 1 Work well with changing racing commissars and a system with permanent commissioners, as required in the past repeatedly requested from different sides. The advantage would decide on every race weekend the same four commissars would be: "It would be there a constancy.
The FIA and her race director Michael Masi, quasi of the "Chief Representative" of Formula 1, were last in criticism. Of several pages. Mercedes, for example, felt the disqualification of Lewis Hamilton from Friday qualifying in Brazil because of a marginal deviation of the rear wing as too hard and the decision not to punish max stages for impasting Lewis Hamilton as to LAX. Red Bull in turn was not able to stipen that stages had to return to five starting positions in Qatar because of the double yellow event.
Formula 1 expert Marc Surer is now in protection: The race director has a "shitjob", says the former Grand Prix pilot in an. It is the contentious scenes in the premier class of motorsport "really not easy to always make the right decision".
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Masi was at the beginning of 2019 when he has been adopted after the sudden death of his predecessor Charlie Whiting, "thrown into cold water", Surer advertises for understanding for the Australian and his team: "He was always in the background. As Charlie Whiting Surprisingly died, he had to jump in. And I think he did that really well. "
"Of course you can always say for individual decisions, you could have had to do anything or better. But basically I say: That's a shit job, sorry!" Surer says.
that both some teams as well as many fans consists of a kind of whiting longing and many nostalgics like so often believe that earlier everything was better, the Swiss can basically understand. Whiting was his racing engineer when he drove to Brabham in 1985.
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"He has become big in motorsport," says Surer. "That means that knows everything that knows all tricks too. It will be thoroughly thoroughly, and if you're so long engineer in a team, then you know how to do that. That was the advantage of a Charlie Whiting, that he was just an insider. "
Surer, today co-commentator at the Formula 1 race in Swiss television, speaks in the interview also about the idea of introducing permanent racing commissars, and analyzes those FIA decisions that have been controversially discussed in recent weeks.
also identifies the 70-year-old a topic that Masi in his opinion is really good: "I admire him for his courage. He sometimes starts a race, even if it is wet. Charlie Whiting was always over prefix," says Surer .
Whiting have "usually drive a safety car, until the route was dry until the track was dry. A round after the start was released, they had to change tires, because it was so dry. He was always safe. And Masi has courage and leaves the driving, even if the piste is not optimal yet. I think that's strong. "
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