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The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix concluded the closest Formula One title fight in 47 years. Or sorry, no. 10, the first day the FIA office was reopened. Today, the FIA has issued a statement confirming the timeline for the results to be released from that investigation. It reads: “Following the decision to the World Motor Sport Council in Paris on 15 December 2021, the FIA administration, under the leadership of Mohammed Ben Sulayem, has started the detailed analysis of the events of the last Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

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The findings will be announced two days before the start of the 2022 season, which will be in Bahrain.

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The FIA shared an update pertaining to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix investigation on Thursday, including its next steps and when the findings will be released—March 18, two days before the start of the 2022 season.

Per the governing body's statement, in part: “The FIA President launched a consultation with all F1 teams on various issues, including this one. On January 19, an item on the agenda of the Sporting Advisory Committee will be dedicated to the use of the Safety Car. The following stage will be a shared discussion with all F1 drivers.

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Formula 1’s governing body the FIA have begun their “detailed analysis” into the events of the dramatic title-deciding Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and say “final decisions” on the outcomes will be announced in March. Max Verstappen clinched his maiden championship with a final lap overtake on title rival Hamilton’s Mercedes team launched two protests against the outcomes of the race – the majority of which was led by the seven-time world champion – but both were dismissed , while Mercedes then opted not to pursue an appeal. The FIA later announced “a detailed analysis and clarification exercise

The FIA are reported to have given themselves until Thursday February 3 to announce the findings from their investigation into the events of Abu Dhabi , according to Craig Slater of Sky Sports. The governing body announced they would be holding an internal investigation into how the season finale Mercedes and Hamilton are said to be waiting on the FIA ’s decisions before the Briton makes up his mind about continuing in the sport – and those are reportedly due to be published by the next World Motor Sport Council meeting at the beginning of February. Sky F1 reporter Slater said on Sky

“The outcome of the detailed analysis will be presented to the F1 Commission in February and final decisions will be announced at the World Motor Sport Council in Bahrain on 18 March.”

Max Verstappen’s victory and world champion title came with controversy in December. A late safety car came out for a Nicholas Latifi crash with just a few laps to go. Red Bull brought in Verstappen to switch to soft tires, but Hamilton had to stay out on his hard tires or else he would have sacrificed the lead.

Due to lapped cars, there were five cars between first-place Hamilton and second-place Verstappen, though all of those cars were behind the two race leaders in overall time. Race officials initially decided those lapped cars could not overtake the safety car.

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The FIA expects to complete its review into F1's controversial title-deciding Abu Dhabi GP by early February at the latest. Sky Sports has been told the formal investigative side of the inquiry began on Monday and the inquiry team will aim to interview all those involved in the controversy, including race F1's governing body has been in a transitional phase with Jean Todt's term as president ending just five days after the Abu Dhabi finale. An FIA spokesperson said the investigation will be 'thorough, objective and transparent'. The governing body expects to complete the process in time for the next World

The 2022 off- season is being dominated, perhaps expectedly, by events in the final throes of the 2021 campaign, with Max Verstappen taking the championship away from Lewis Hamilton in the final corners of the Abu Dhabi GP. Indeed, it all stemmed from a controversial release of the field behind the Safety Car that only saw lapped runners The FIA have told me that they will not be dragging this out, the investigation will be thorough, objective and transparent. "This should be done by February 3, at which point the FIA have a motorsport council meeting, and they expect to announce those findings by then."

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner asked F1 race director Michael Masi over race radio: “Why aren’t we getting these cars out of the way? We only need one racing lap.”

Masi, later, made the decision to let those five lapped cars pass the safety car, which resulted in Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff yelling over the race radio to Masi.

The race restarted with Verstappen just behind Hamilton, and the 24-year-old retook the lead on the final lap to win the race and the title. Formula One stewards later dismissed both of Mercedes’ protests concerning the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and the controversial restart.

Wolff previously said he and Hamilton are “disillusioned” with Formula One given the outcome, and these findings could reportedly determine whether the British star will continue to compete or retire, per ESPN.

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