The 2023 United States Grand Prix is finally, officially over

Haas F1 raised concerns about the United States Grand Prix results, seeking a review due to potential track limit violations by other drivers.

A hearing was held on Wednesday to examine new evidence presented by Haas, involving representatives from Red Bull, Williams, and Aston Martin.

The decision on Haas's request was deferred until Thursday, and it has now been officially denied by race officials.

Haas argued that drivers like Alexander Albon, Logan Sargeant, Sergio Pérez, and Lance Stroll exceeded track limits without receiving additional penalties.

The race officials acknowledged the new evidence in Albon's case but emphasized that Haas had access to this information when the initial decisions were made.

The decision highlighted a broader issue with track limits throughout the racing season, citing penalties at various tracks, notably the Austrian Grand Prix.

The stewards expressed dissatisfaction with the enforcement of current track limit standards and recommended swift action to address this widespread problem.

Suggestions for solutions included better technology, track modifications, or changes in regulations and enforcement standards.

The stewards recognized the progress made by the FIA and circuits but urged further solutions before the start of the 2024 season.

Despite the acknowledgment of track limit issues, the decision emphasized the practical challenges in implementing a complete solution during the current year.

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