Stefano Domenicali, chief executive of Formula 1, believes that there should be no exceptions when it comes to super licensing. say to Motorsport.com He must follow the rules. He says it’s important to have an American driver in Formula 1.
The AlphaTauri team is still looking for drivers for next year. Pierre Gasly has a chance at a seat in the Alpine alongside Esteban Ocon, while Yuki Tsunoda is also not sure about a new contract with his current employer. One name that’s spinning a lot right now is IndyCar race winner Colton Herta. However, he hasn’t earned enough points yet to get a super license.
American drivers matter
“Sports have to respect the rules,” Domenicali said. “And of course, American drivers or other drivers are very important. If he can get into Formula 1 because he has points for that, that’s great news. However, there is a ladder to follow, protocol to follow. Respect, and that’s the situation. I think that’s the thing. the right thing to do.”
“I don’t think it’s right to change the rules after that, I think we should just apply the rules,” added the former Ferrari boss. “If it turns out that this is a point to discuss, and if the rules need to be updated, we have the appropriate platform where everyone can share their ideas or points for discussion. The rules should be respected. That is my opinion.”
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