Canadian GP Organizer Commits to Rigorous Contractor Review

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Canadian GP Organizer Commits to Rigorous Contractor Review

Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali talked about the problems teams faced during the rainy race. The teams complained about their hospitality units flooding and the roofs leaking.

People from the teams, guests, and media also didn’t like the parking arrangements. They had to walk through muddy areas from an overflow car park to the paddock.

Domenicali said sorry to the team leaders for the bad working conditions during a meeting on Saturday morning at the track.

A statement from the organizers said, “We’re sorry for the car park situation and the inconvenience caused. We know it’s not good enough, and we’re taking steps to make it better for Sunday, including finding another way to get in.”

Canadian GP Organizer Commits to Rigorous Contractor Review
Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali talked about the problems teams faced during the rainy race

“We know leaky tents and media booths aren’t up to our standards. We’ll talk seriously with the people responsible.”

The organizers also explained what happened on Friday when some fans were told the practice sessions were canceled. They said it wasn’t their fault but the local transport authority’s fault.

“We didn’t say the sessions were canceled. We asked fans in the stands to leave because of the weather, but those in suites or permanent buildings could stay. We stopped fans from coming in for safety reasons. But later, when it was safe, we let them back in.”

The Canadian Grand Prix will continue until 2031. This year, it had a record 350,000 fans over three days.

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