Ferrari has put up a short response to the FIA’s decision concerning the German Grand Prix.
And it may be just me, but it seems pretty dismissive. Here it is, in full:
Ferrari takes note of FIA decision – Now the team focus on Monza GP
Ferrari has taken note of the decision of the FIA World Council, relating to the outcome of this yearâ€™s German Grand Prix and wishes to express its appreciation of the Councilâ€™s proposal to review article 39.1 of the Formula 1 Sporting Regulations, in light of what emerged during todayâ€™s discussions.
Now, all the teamâ€™s efforts will be focussed on the next event on track, when the Italian Grand Prix takes place at Monza this weekend.
I suppose the team could be crowing more, and maybe a quick “we’re moving on” is the best policy. But is it too dismissive? Does the World Motor Sport Council deserve a little more “respect,” something in the form of Stefano Domenicali or even Luca di Montezemolo releasing a statement?