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Michael Masi says the incidents that took place at Silverstone and Monza, and the penalties that were given, cannot be compared.
FIA race director Michael Masi insists he “suggested” Sergio Perez give a place up to Charles Leclerc at Monza – despite Christian Horner claiming otherwise.
Michael Masi has admitted he was wrong to allow Q3 at the Belgian Grand Prix to start as scheduled – before Lando Norris had a heavy crash.
Michael Masi confirmed a Monday race was never a possibility after a farcical Belgian Grand Prix curtailed by rain.
Following the major crash at the 24-Hour race, Michael Masi remains confident Spa is a safe enough circuit for Formula 1.
FIA race director Michael Masi has explained what would have happened if no driver had lined up on the grid for the Hungarian Grand Prix restart.
Michael Masi has explained why four drivers received reprimands for breaches of pre-race T-shirt protocols at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
FIA race director Michael Masi feels the debut of sprint qualifying at the British Grand Prix was a success.
Formula 1 race director Michael Masi has responded to criticism of the FIA for awarding Lewis Hamilton a 10-second penalty after he and Max Verstappen collided at Silverstone.
F1 race director Michael Masi has confirmed the process of applying penalties that stem from sprint qualifying, which debuts at the British Grand Prix.
F1 race director Michael Masi has suggested fans could be in for a pleasant aesthetic surprise when the Russian Grand Prix switches to Igora Drive.
Michael Masi has responded to Fernando Alonso’s criticism of drivers bypassing Turn 1 during the double-header of races at the Red Bull Ring.
Michael Masi has insisted the Styrian Grand Prix stewards did not need McLaren’s complaint to activate an investigation into Valtteri Bottas’ pit-lane spin.
Red Bull and Mercedes’ battle for the two 2021 World Championships has prompted an increase in Technical Directives, says Michael Masi.
Michael Masi has confirmed the Styrian Grand Prix collision between Charles Leclerc and Pierre Gasly was adjudged to be just one of those first-lap racing incidents.
F1 race director Michael Masi has said he will extend Safety Car periods if it averts the prospect of a near-miss such as the one during the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
Michael Masi has bit back at calls to put gravel at Turn 2 at Sochi, saying that doing so “isn’t a solution everywhere”.