The FIA has adjourned the Wednesday meet for Haas’ right to review over F1 US GP results and will pass their judgement on Thursday.
Nearly after 14 days of the completion of US GP, Haas filed a right to review to FIA regarding the results. It was related to Williams’ Alexander Albon’s track limits case which the American F1 team feel was missed by the stewards and no action was taken.
It also involved Red Bull and Aston Martin, who were summoned by the FIA for a virtual meet held on Wednesday. It did take place at 15:00 CET earlier in the day where the stewards heard the case presented by Haas.
But no decision will be taken today with the FIA adjourning the meet for the stewards to look into the case presented and now to decide if there is new evidence which is enough to take it forward. They will meet again on Thursday at 15:00 to pass their final verdict.
“The Hearing addressing the petition for review submitted by MoneyGram Haas F1 Team concerning documents 59 and 66 issued during the United States Grand Prix has been adjourned in order for the Stewards to independently consider the submissions made,” the statement said. “It will be reconvened on Thursday November 9, 2023 at 15:00 hrs CET involving all parties that attended the first part of the hearing.
“Once the hearing has been reconvened, the Decision on whether a significant and relevant new element was discovered that was unavailable to the party seeking the review at the time of the decision(s) petitioned to be reviewed will be announced. The continuation of the Hearing concerning the merits of the case is dependent on the outcome of this deliberation.”
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