And last week, McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl confirmed that a meeting of the F1 Commission was set to take place today.
“It’s clear what happened in Abu Dhabi was very controversial,” Seidl told the media ahead of Friday’s launch of the MCL36. “It was not good for the sport.
“Because of the analysis that is ongoing and this still being an open case, I don’t want to go too much into detail in judging what happened there exactly.
“It’s important now to wait for Monday. And then hopefully we can close this topic with a good analysis from the FIA, with some good steps of how we can improve for the future.