Sebastian Vettel has once again questioned the decision-making process in Formula 1, saying drivers need to have more of a meaningful input.

At the Spanish Grand Prix, Vettel was critical of the new measures being brought in for the 2019 season in order to try and promote more overtaking opportunities during races.

The four-time World Champion labelled the new regulations as “comical” and those comments were supported by Lewis Hamilton, who also called for drivers to be given more say in key decisions.

Vettel has now elaborated on those comments and said that the FIA currently only consult with the drivers to “tick a box” in the process.

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