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Criticism of Mercedes and Red Bull unjustified: 'This is a crap job'

Mercedes and Red Bull Racing have been critical of the race management this season, but according to Marc Surer, Michael Masi is doing an excellent job. The Formula 1 expert believes Masi deserves a lot of credit for the way he runs Formula 1. Following the sudden death of Charlie Whiting, Masi suddenly was given the task of taking over as race director. That was not an easy task, Surer told Formel1.de. "He was always in the background. When Charlie Whiting passed away unexpectedly, he had to fill in. And I think he actually did a very good job. Of course you can always say that individual decisions should have been made differently or could have been made better. But basically I say:...
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