Jean Todt

LONDON: FIA president Jean Todt has announced there will be a review of Formula 1’s regulations – including the practice of handing out points once a race has run to a minimum of two laps – in the aftermath of last weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix.

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was declared the winner of the race at Spa-Francorchamps, which ran to two laps behind the Safety Car before the decision was made to red flag proceedings due to incessant and heavy rain – with Verstappen, and the rest of the drivers in the top 10 handed half points as per the regulations.