International Automobile Federation (FIA) He claimed to have observed with “concern” what happened last Sunday. qatar grand prix They announced the holding of the F1 World Championship and clarified the following: Pilots cannot compete “in circumstances where their health or safety is at risk.” For this reason, the company plans to investigate the issue in the future, including possible workarounds.
In a statement, following Sunday’s events, international organization Established:
The FIA has noted with concern that the extreme temperatures and humidity during the Qatar Grand Prix affected the health of drivers. Even if they are elite athletes, they should not be expected to compete in conditions that could jeopardize their health or safety.
Pilots showed off their performance There was dissatisfaction with the organization of the 17th round of the World Cup, make sure it was “It’s beyond the acceptable range.”In the words of the British, George Russell (Mercedes), And, as he stated, it was “too dangerous” to maneuver. Lando Norris (McLaren). Canadian Lance Stroll (Aston Martin) He confessed that he passed out from the heat and humidity during the race.
FIA He recalled as follows: “As well as other safety-related issues such as circuit infrastructure and vehicle safety requirements;will take all reasonable steps to establish and communicate the acceptable parameters under which the Competition will be held.
Therefore, the Federation has confirmed that: I’m going to research what happened on Losail. “To provide recommendations for future extreme weather conditions.”
Although next year’s Qatar Grand Prix is scheduled for the end of the year when cooler temperatures are expected, it should be noted that the FIA wants to take significant steps now to avoid a repeat of this scenario. be.
In this sense, the FIA has stated that its “several measures” include “guidance to athletes; Improvements to make airflow in the cabin more efficient and recommendations Change the calendar to suit acceptable weather conditions. ”
Research from other tests, such as cross-country tests in extreme climates, will be considered to determine its applicability in circuit tests. The FIA’s commitment to close cooperation between technical, medical and safety departments under the leadership of the President will facilitate this process.
(with information from) european press)