The Haas F1 team has had its protest against the US GP result dismissed following a rejection from the FIA. Despite invoking a Right of Review, the American racing team’s appeal was turned down by the stewards and the FIA.
The challenge stemmed from the assertion that several drivers exceeded track limits in turn six without facing penalties. However, the stewards deemed the evidence insufficient. The Haas F1 team then presented what they claimed to be new evidence, but this did not sway the decision.
In the process, the team shared images with Red Bull, Aston Martin, and Williams, prompting an online meeting. The focus was on Sergio Perez, Lance Stroll, and Alex Albon for their alleged infractions at turn six.
Despite efforts to reopen the investigation, the FIA stood firm on its ruling, stating that the new evidence did not hold relevance. While Alex Albon’s images were noted to be possibly pertinent, the inconclusive camera positioning in turn six hindered a definitive determination of violations.
Ultimately, the FIA concluded that the evidence provided was not substantial enough to warrant revisiting the decision, affirming that the result of the USA GP stands as final.