Well, you’re not going to have that ambiguous Safety Car rule to kick around anymore as the pesky word, “Any”, has now been replaced with the word “all”. Is everyone happy now?
I understand the change, as discussed the the always-impressive Adam Cooper over at Motorsport but I would have liked to see a change in the actual procedure to shorten the time it takes to arrange the grid. Ideas such as all lapped cars slow and allow the cars on the lead lap to move forward.
This isn’t a Michael Masi issue either as in teh past, when Charlie Whiting was in charge, it took too long to get all the lapped cars by the leader and around to the tail of the line. F1 needs to devise a better way to arrange and organize their grid in times of a Safety Car.
If slowing isn’t the answer, then maybe there is a better way? Maybe not uncapping at all? What do you think about the change to the regulations and how they might cure this uncapping issue?