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FIA president Jean Todt felt that the washout at Spa was a no-win situation for Formula 1, citing safety concerns if the race had got underway.
Formula 1 have issued a statement confirming they are talking to Belgian Grand Prix promoters about “various options” surrounding compensation for fans.
Martin Brundle has called for FIA rules surrounding wet conditions to be simplified, and suggested ways around the confusion seen at Spa on Sunday.
There are plans in place at Spa-Francorchamps to spend €80 million on revamps to the circuit, in the hope of making it safer.
Organisers of the Belgian Grand Prix have confirmed they will be speaking to FOM about ways of compensating disappointed fans at Spa.
Alfa Romeo have issued a statement saying the outcome of Sunday’s events at Spa “hurts us all”, given the lack of on-track action.
Michael Masi confirmed a Monday race was never a possibility after a farcical Belgian Grand Prix curtailed by rain.
Rainy conditions at the Belgian Grand Prix meant the race was red-flagged before it had even begun in earnest – on two separate occasions.
The FIA has confirmed that lap times will be deleted if track limits violations take place at three corners at Spa-Francorchamps this weekend.
Here are all the details you need as Formula 1 emerges from its summer shutdown and heads to the Belgian Grand Prix.
Rain is never a surprise at Spa-Francorchamps – and if the weather forecast is accurate, a fair amount could fall over the Belgian Grand Prix weekend.
Formula 1 returns from its summer holiday with the Belgian Grand Prix – is this the race where Red Bull’s luck will change?
Following the major crash at the 24-Hour race, Michael Masi remains confident Spa is a safe enough circuit for Formula 1.
Medical chiefs have expressed fears about the Belgian Grand Prix taking place with a large crowd in attendance.
Repair work around the Spa-Francorchamps circuit has been taking place following the floods that caused devastation across Europe.