Austin stewards ruled after video hearing that the evidence Haaa presented to them over alleged track limits from the October 22 race did not constitute a “significant and relevant new element that was unavailable” at the time of the original decision
Last Updated: 09/11/23 3:28pm
Haas’ attempt to get United States GP stewards to re-investigate incidents of additional alleged track limits offences in the October 22 race has been rejected.
After a video hearing which started on Wednesday and was adjourned until Thursday for further discussion, stewards decided Haas’ submissions in the case did not meet the required criteria for a full right of review investigation.
A stewards’ statement read: “The Petition for the Right of Review is rejected because there is no significant and relevant new element that was unavailable to Haas at the time of the decision”.
Haas submitted on-board footage from four rival cars that they believed showed drivers committing track limits breaches at Turn Six, incidents which were not investigated at the time by stewards.
The on-board footage came from Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant’s Williams cars, Sergio Perez’s Red Bull and Lance Stroll’s Aston Martin.
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