Why Are F1 Drivers Unlapped After A Red Flag?

Big questions were raised over red flags in the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. We answer how Hamilton got his lap back and why him reversing onto a live track was fine.
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  • Putting the lapped cars at the back for safety and competition, yes. That's not the question. It's why should they be allowed to get the lap back. You could put them at the rear while still keeping them a lap down.

    Steve LaVergneSteve LaVergne3 päivää sitten
  • Stupid of you as a content creator to taunt fans just because they are impassioned about a driver or drivers one way or another. I wouldn't care much for your content after this.

    Zahara CZahara C3 päivää sitten
  • I thought there was a rule you couldn't benefit from a teammate crashing? Renault Crashgate And if safety is a concern why allow lapping in the first place ?

    A RA R4 päivää sitten
  • I think a good way to do it would be to stagger the start by how long each cars are behind and from the pit lane. Norris is 23 seconds behind? Start him 23 second after verstappen, who’s in the lead. This is just an idea on the spot so there’s prob a good few flaws

    Patrick CodyPatrick Cody5 päivää sitten
  • I love it when you OWN the stupidity from people on twitter in your videos!

    Leo CharlesLeo Charles6 päivää sitten
  • The rules aren't an issue ofcourse but god damn does hamilton get a break everytime he fucks up. I don't know why he is that lucky.

    danielrowlingdanielrowling7 päivää sitten
  • Hey wtf1 you are......................AMAZING!

    pranvera frasheripranvera frasheri8 päivää sitten
  • new to F1 so I still don't understand. Why not put the back-markers behind everyone who lapped them, still a lap down, and the other drivers in front of them, still a lap up? the back markers would be moved back a bit, but technically they wouldn't lose or gain any positions.

    Scott GregoryScott Gregory9 päivää sitten
  • I think the solution is just to put the back markers at the back of the train. Rather than giving the lap back. You don’t go giving away free laps to drivers, it makes no sense.

    McPlayer8tMcPlayer8t9 päivää sitten
  • I dont blame people thinking the crash was scripted,how did it happen the same exact lap exactly,between those exact drivers

    Mr BungleMr Bungle10 päivää sitten
  • Can matt get any more unlikeable? he used to be so likeable, no hes just irritating.

    Josh hJosh h11 päivää sitten
  • Everyone who is one lap behind:unlapped haas last race was to Laps behind and only got 1 lap unlapped

    Loes KosterLoes Koster11 päivää sitten
  • Lewis Hamilton fan boy haha #fakechamp #fakeknight #BLMracist How anyone can support the bloke is beyond me.

    Jonny WalkerJonny Walker11 päivää sitten
  • Matt, just accept that you’re a Hamilton defender and supporter.

    awesomeness is me 42awesomeness is me 4211 päivää sitten
  • Whats next? "Why is there a pit lane speed limit..?"

    Lee FallLee Fall12 päivää sitten
  • Thanks for the move to 60 fps!

    Ranjan ManoharRanjan Manohar12 päivää sitten
  • I myself thought it was wrong for Hamilton or any other driver* to reverse onto the track, whether you have assistance or not to say it's clear, it still doesn't seem safe. Especially when a few years back (don't remember the drivers name) flew into the JCB which was off the track completely. Edit: Hamilton or any other driver*

    SwivvySwivvy13 päivää sitten
  • Video idea : how the track is cleared after an accident

    kok brickskok bricks13 päivää sitten
  • My only thought on this comment is: When ever Hamilton is critized for anything you protect him to highwater. When it's someone else you actually evaluate both sides of the stories rather than being disrepectful.

    CugixCugix14 päivää sitten
  • my question is: Why where the Hass still a Lap behind (right after the restart) ? @WTF1 i cant understand it. do you get only 1 lap back ?

    Frodi 131Frodi 13114 päivää sitten
  • Are you a Hamilton-Haters-Hater?

    nils1997nils199714 päivää sitten
  • i think in case of red flag all drivers should have to stop there cars just right where they are when the flap is pulled and have to sit in their cars until they can continue or race is declared dead.

    satakrion kryptomortissatakrion kryptomortis14 päivää sitten
  • No F1 fan I know would have considered the crash by GR on VB as a way to help LH!

    Stuart AndersonStuart Anderson14 päivää sitten
  • Then you put the cars a lap down behind the cars on the lead lap if the race is haulted. Because you know, they're literally on a different number lap.

    Joshua PowersJoshua Powers14 päivää sitten
  • I understand unlapping for safety reasons during a safety car situation, but not a red flag. Surely all cars can simply be reshuffled into their position order while still holding their number of laps completed?

    wernsbonswernsbons14 päivää sitten
  • I still dont see what the order on track has to change. Under normal racing conditions lapped cars are between frontrunners, so those three cars between Verstappen and LeClerc would still be in between. As for the restart, well... why cant they enter the pits in the order they are on track from when the Red Flag is flown? Verstappen could be half way around the track, and 3 cars between him and pit lane when the Flag is shown. But those 3 cars enter pit lane first, then comes Verstappen and the cars behind. There's enough information through the telecast to tell who is on what lap and what their actual positions are. We manage during a live race, too.

    UtetopiaUtetopia14 päivää sitten
  • all the other tracks were street tracks so they have to reverse but not in case of lewis at imola. you are biased clearly.

    bhawani singhbhawani singh14 päivää sitten
  • Cars unlapping themselves made sense to me before the explanation, but I'm glad this video cleared that up even more (and made the idiots look more like idiots). I was curious as to why Hamilton was allowed to reverse onto the track, but I assumed it that was just the way it worked.

    That Terence GuyThat Terence Guy14 päivää sitten
  • It seems clear to me that toto gave the order for Hamilton to take out George Russell because it would be too embarrassing for Mercedes to be overtaken by Williams and they’d rather a Hamilton dnf than that BUT Hamilton missed and went onto the gravel which meant that it was left to Bottas to take out Russel and so that’s what he did.

    James DunnJames Dunn14 päivää sitten
  • On the other hand, this appears to be a Lewis Hamilton Fan channel!

    Deepak G.SDeepak G.S15 päivää sitten
    • On the other hand, those are the facts

      Malcolm XMalcolm X10 päivää sitten
  • They should not be allowed to unlap them selfs. The starting order should re re ordered so that the people on the lead lap are first and then the people that are a lap down should follow behind the last person on the lead lap, and still a lap down

    Mitch MayMitch May15 päivää sitten
  • This just felt like a Hamilton defence video...

    CamoWasHereCamoWasHere15 päivää sitten
    • Well basically it’s, cause some f*ckers don’t know the rules but just how to talk shit about Hamilton.

      Malcolm XMalcolm X10 päivää sitten
  • Sure, having the field in running order is safer. That doesn't explain why the lapped cars have to be unlapped. Thay could be sent at the back of the field by having the lead lap cars pass them in the formation lap.

    shawa666shawa66615 päivää sitten
  • an f101 id like to see is what does a track need to get the FIA's approval for F1 to race on? i wanna know why they're using a janky pop up circuit in the parking lot for an NFL stadium when Daytona International Speedway is just a few hours north

    Triple P ProductionzTriple P Productionz15 päivää sitten
  • I love the fact that you call out the Lewis haters. No matter what he does some people find fault in, haters please get a life.

    LA WrightLA Wright15 päivää sitten
  • Reversing on street circuits makes sense.

    fabio perezfabio perez15 päivää sitten
  • But for real though, lewis gets front wing damage, makes a mistake and goes a lap down. Then by some miraculous luck the Merc junior driver just happens to make a rookie mistake in a place where a number of others passed using drs with no issue. Now lewis gets his lap back and ends up p2 #crashgate2.0

    Erik OstbyErik Ostby15 päivää sitten
  • Yes those people you mean me lol

    gangstersteve DJgangstersteve DJ15 päivää sitten
  • Guys, did you answered why the wheels are just Pirelli? I mean, why other brands can’t be used in F1?

    Daniel Martínez RomeroDaniel Martínez Romero15 päivää sitten
  • What a waste of a video. Cars close together = good. So we find any excuse or way to make cars close together. If you read this as video starts you save 3 minutes of your life, take care x

    ManaWearBlackManaWearBlack15 päivää sitten
  • You addressed why they shouldn’t be placed in front of let’s say a second or third but why not just start them 1-20 and if you’re a lap down you’re a lap down. So the order would be by race position but if you were lapped you just stay lapped

    Jolly SimpJolly Simp15 päivää sitten
  • Getting sick of these lazy ass WTF1 videos. Text on screen when you're verbally saying those exact words is dumb as shit. Not to mention all the stupid stock photos and emojis. Put in some more effort guys.

    Andrew JAndrew J15 päivää sitten
  • Any reason why MSC and MAZ were not aloud to get to the leader lap? Why only get one lap back?

    Nefil 33Nefil 3315 päivää sitten
  • yeah except its BS. both haas's were 2 laps down and were only allowed to unlap themselfs once. for a 3 min video there is only 20 seconds of content.

    BartBart15 päivää sitten
  • I think it's fair they can unlap themselves but drivers shouldn't be able to change tires in a red flag

    Mario MelendezMario Melendez15 päivää sitten
  • How about the 2 Haas?

    Made Bilan Asasia BinovMade Bilan Asasia Binov15 päivää sitten

    Timothy MukansiTimothy Mukansi15 päivää sitten
    • LIL.They are fools.

      MYKMYK15 päivää sitten
  • this crash remebmer me Singapur 2008

    Dada DittrichDada Dittrich15 päivää sitten
  • So is this a Hamilton owned channel?? Why do most of their videos try to glorify or redeem him?? You can call me a hater but you'll be dumb to think Hamilton will win a formula one race in any other car apart from his Mercedes!!

    Phantom MenacePhantom Menace15 päivää sitten
  • Your claim that we are just Hamilton haters makes you a snob and a dick. In the same situation Hamilton benefits from different rules compared to other drivers. Recently Vettel was penalized for a yellow flag that wasn't there. Last year, Hamilton was first cleared of any wrongdoing. Then the race stewards came back to that decision. No such hesitation was shown when there was Vettel. Why, Because Hamilton is black and black people are extremely privileged there days.

    Bujor OvidiuBujor Ovidiu15 päivää sitten
  • Russell and Bottas's crash is scripted *all part of The Great Mercedes Masterplan*

    Josaphat FebrianJosaphat Febrian15 päivää sitten
  • Yeah but still doesn't explain why they are allowed to unlap themselves. You want to move the back markers out of the way, fine move them to the back of the field. Mind you I am against blue flags and back markers being made to move out of the way. All these drivers are paid a stack of money and are supposedly professional drivers if you're fast enough to lap someone then get past

    ibugcyclistibugcyclist15 päivää sitten
  • In terms of reversing on the track remember Senna didn't do it in 1989 and it costed him championship XDDDDD

    Krzysiekb24Krzysiekb2415 päivää sitten
  • Instead of letting them unlap themselves, just put them at the back in racing order. Or let them all (ie. Haas) get all of their laps back. Makes no sense to me that if being lapped is a danger at restart you only give them one lap back.

    Matkin222Matkin22215 päivää sitten
  • Why the hell not?

    Child Abuse GameringChild Abuse Gamering15 päivää sitten
  • This video was made for the Hamilton Stans

    Johnny AppleseedJohnny Appleseed15 päivää sitten
  • Matt is SLH fan confirmed (jk! jk!)

    Sujay ram kumarSujay ram kumar16 päivää sitten
  • May i ask a question from your inside knowledge ? Why does the fia still use that counterproductive way of letting cars bypass the safety car in case of Red vlag: 1:. It is unsafe as the cars on cold tires try as fast as possible to get Back in line, did cost bianchi his life 2: unfair: driving my ass of to get some Time ahead and for No reason it suddenly disappeared. At the whim of fia 3: you are at the mercy of the stewards to get a timebonus or not. Can we make a deal there ? 4: the cars behind the safety car Have cold tires and are suddenly confronted by the unlapped with Hot tires at working temp. 5: Hamilton would never get Back to 2nd, thus stealing points from lesser teams, and thus a lot of money at the End of the season. Where is the fairness ? 5a. Same with riciardo in baku a few year Back. A timed release system in the pitstraight would do nicely. 6: this Will always be to the advantage of the faster teams: More motorpower, easier overtaking, more undeserved points. 7: with this rule you open the door for cheating: it was a coincidence that bottas crashed Right after Hamilton lost a lap ? Please review the Suzuka incident of bianchi! There is absolutely no valid reason to maintain this system. No more safety car at all, only a virtual safety car or a timed release from the pit straight. 8: did bianchi die in Suzuka because of the cold tires and the bypass rule ? He would be still alive Without it. Maybe some More items i might Have forgotten ? Please try to free us from this stupid and highly unfair rule that is also very confusing for the average f1 fan

    Kruijshenny Vander KruijsKruijshenny Vander Kruijs16 päivää sitten
  • If Hamilton retires who is gonna be the next target for people to hate on Verstappen?

    Cobra VonCobra Von16 päivää sitten
  • cars should be rearranged, and lapped cars should stay lapped, and behind at the restart... this Hamilton's mistake and then finishing 2nd was complete BS and totally unfair. imagine someone with the best car have such problems lapped more times, and still menage to get to the points, it's a slap for all these teams struggle to get few points during the season. due to the safety, red flag is not so rare like before so this kind of rules should be changed not soon but yesterday.

    Žnj ŽbljŽnj Žblj16 päivää sitten
  • 99% of the "conspiracy theorists" are just making "its James" memes so chill out mate. And of course, many people hate on Lewis, just like people hated to see Michael and Sebastian win and win and win and win over and over again, that's just the nature of humans and the need to see exciting title fights.

    ja ne is klarja ne is klar16 päivää sitten
  • That crash was incredibly convenient though. That said, don't think it was scripted. Dude just got lucky

    Nebuchadnezzar QuellcrisNebuchadnezzar Quellcris16 päivää sitten
  • Why are not all f1 cars equal?

    Chicken SkinChicken Skin16 päivää sitten
  • The thing this video completely ignores is that you can just put everyone in their correct running order, and keep the lapped cars a lap down. If Hamilton was in, oh, let's say 9th, and a lap down, just put him behind whoever is in 8th, who then goes directly behind whoever's in 7th. Giving the lap back just seems stupid. NASCAR (yeah I said it, fight me) does this every single race. literally just line them back up for the restart in whatever place they currently hold. No, I'm not angry Lando missed out on 2nd, why do you ask?????

    Tim StineTim Stine16 päivää sitten
  • Listening to your very british accent its obvious who you root for. Yet you argue let the haters comment!! Yet two seconds later you are the hater yourself. However the rule of unlapping is utterly BS. One could argue to unlap but at least provide a half a lap distance between the front runners and the rest of the field in order to make sure the starting grit is in sequential order. Only seems fair no?

    Photography is Not a crimePhotography is Not a crime16 päivää sitten
  • Leader has gain 30 second and then noob crash.after restart.leader has bad tyres or something and finished 2 second behind.would it mean he won by 28 second.bcoz he had 30 gap before red flag. They should take lap times before red flag and correct them final results.it would be still fun watch.so there would be even more tactic.he could come change tires and finish 29s behind but still win race.no no lets group every car snd new collision csn hsppen.safety reason make new changes

    Jari SipilainenJari Sipilainen16 päivää sitten
  • Yes but if lewis would be lead.red flag would not come?lol. Why not start race like it was before stop.its allways have new chance new big crash when race start again.for safety lol

    Jari SipilainenJari Sipilainen16 päivää sitten
  • They are only unlapped so lewis can feel even more special and lap them again .

    Antony WaltonAntony Walton16 päivää sitten
  • I appreciate the explanation. It seemed strange that he was suddenly back on the lead lap.

    Randall WilsonRandall Wilson16 päivää sitten
  • There’s another issue of fairness - imagine if you are 11th, chasing down 10th and a point a few seconds in front. You are lapped by the leading car, the car in front is not. If lapped cars could not unlap themselves, you’d find at the restart that the car that was 2s ahead is now a whole lap ahead. That’s even more unfair than a car running 9th being able to unlap themselves, so then being much closer to the leader, but still with 7 drivers between them.

    rbgoslingrbgosling16 päivää sitten
  • Bravo Zulu, answered a lot.

    Patrick NeillPatrick Neill16 päivää sitten
  • I’ve often wondered why not just have the cars align in order of running, or NASCAR’s allowing only the first car a lap down. That whole safety argument is complete nonsense if they were just in order of running.

    Brian AndersenBrian Andersen16 päivää sitten
  • Odd to see people complaining about it, aren’t lapped cars like allowed to unlap themselves on a Safety car as well? Please correct me if I’m wrong

    PandyTim BRPandyTim BR16 päivää sitten
  • Hamilton: *breathes* Haters: Surely he can’t do that, it’s against the rules

    James_GBJames_GB16 päivää sitten
    • Hamilton be like:Imma do everything you don't want.

      MYKMYK15 päivää sitten
  • 2:12 great job editing his face i have to say...

    LameCushion37109LameCushion3710916 päivää sitten
  • “Those people exist”?? After all the crazy shit we saw you still mocking people who come up with this stuff? Yeah I guess crashgate was a conspiracy theory too

    Yahya RajaeeYahya Rajaee16 päivää sitten
  • I think it's bull shit I'm not a Hamilton hater but red flags and un lapping is a joke I remember when there were no safety cars only yellow flags which was unsafe(but anyone but the drivers liked)but now it's getting like NASCAR oh let's throw a safety car to "restart the race as it's gotten boring"

    Ralph eRalph e16 päivää sitten
  • Yall don't wanna see that black man win don't ya?...its cool just say that.

    lafayette joneslafayette jones16 päivää sitten
  • Its to catch competitive cars back up. If a ar did this it has no effect. But a good merc or rb will gain huge advantage from this

    B MB M16 päivää sitten
  • Clown video from a clown channel

    Lohith ReddyLohith Reddy16 päivää sitten
  • Just so I got it the full picture. All the cases where other drivers reversed onto the track was at Monoco. The smallest and most narrow track there is. I'm not saying Lewis shouldn't have done it, he is just blessed x1000.

    HaukelandHaukeland16 päivää sitten
  • This guy is such a merc boy... Always on the excuses for them and Lewis...

    António DuarteAntónio Duarte16 päivää sitten
  • Everyone knows that Russell crashing into Bottas wasn't scripted, it was Hamilton who used the force to push Russell into Bottas.

    Matthew LuiMatthew Lui16 päivää sitten
    • LOL

      MYKMYK15 päivää sitten
  • One thing to consider with the lap down's: look at the race as a 300 km race on a route from A to B, not as 60ish laps. If a pace car or red flag collects all cars up, shouldn't the back markers be collected up as well? Earlier they were left 6 km behind the front markers and caused possible accidents, as told in the video. Now, they are got to the end of the front markers instead of being said 6, 12, 18 or more kilometres apart.

    Larionof3Larionof316 päivää sitten
  • Can someone explain the restart rule after a red flag? I thought it's going to be a standing one like last year many times, I haven't found anything about deleting that rule this year, was it a rolling start due to weather conditions or what?

    WarfighterWarfighter16 päivää sitten
  • Hamilton lovers, so dull! He made mistakes and he was lucky with the red flag, otherwise his position would have reflected his and his cars poor performance. Now everyone is praising his recovery drive?? It's time to face the music, he won't be winning anymore championships! He is old news and the new era kids are much better, not mentioning other past former champion drivers that would have done the same in that car for 6 years. Hamiltons true value as a racing driver will be exposed in the coming years. All the Hamilton sided predictions at the start of the season which includes wtf1's thoughts will be proven bias under the Hamilton British influence

    JP SmitJP Smit16 päivää sitten
  • Its only becomes issues when it involves Hamilton.

    Brabaa KrishnanBrabaa Krishnan16 päivää sitten
  • What about the thing where Checho got a penalty for retaking those 2 cars after he went off behind the yellow flag safety car and then Kimmi got a penalty for going off and then NOT retaking the places behind the safety car during the red flag rolling restart? Because even though both things are safety car restarts they have opposite rules on retaking places? I'm getting that right, right?

    Sean EverardSean Everard16 päivää sitten
  • 2007 Nürburgring, remember?

    stuntslikeeverydaystuntslikeeveryday16 päivää sitten
  • I had not known the rule. I grew up watching nascar and still think the lucky dog rule in that sport is fun but this makes sense as well. If we are gonna have a reset after a red flag then why not just go all in on it.

    William YawnWilliam Yawn16 päivää sitten
  • Not saying this because of it helping Lewis or anything, but I really still don’t understand the ruling. Why can’t they just line the cars up by position and if you’re a lap down, you just stay a lap down? Idk. Just seems like an odd rule to me.

    Zach MaluegZach Malueg16 päivää sitten
  • Lol rite on mate

    Sam Rock Jr.Sam Rock Jr.16 päivää sitten
  • How was max able to go off track and still keep his position

    Rob 69Rob 6916 päivää sitten
    • @Žnj Žblj he still went off track . The car behind was nice and slowed down but had every right to over take him . Not saying he should have been penalized but wondered what the rule was

      Rob 69Rob 6915 päivää sitten
    • he was not crashed into the wall nor overtaken... he just did a mistake and come back

      Žnj ŽbljŽnj Žblj16 päivää sitten
  • What a bs explanation, if all these 'lapped' driver where between the fist and and second driver... why the hell should we remove the by letting them unlap? Seem to me the driver in first position already past them and now the second driver should also!! Why give the nr.2 an advantage by removing the lapped cars!! If you're lapped, the only way to unlap is to pass the leader in the race, wich also.. already cost MV a race win!!

    Michael LeuroMichael Leuro17 päivää sitten
  • Hamilton is such a lucky bitch

    Nur ZamanNur Zaman17 päivää sitten
  • Way easier to explain the problem: imagine, there's no flying start but a standing start. If the backmarker in p18 is just lapped only by the race leader, why should he start in P2 when the race resumes. You can't put him back in the 18th starting position and still let him be a lap down, that would be even more unfair. So let them unlap themselves before the restart 🤷‍♂️

    Ekki VierundvierzigEkki Vierundvierzig17 päivää sitten
  • I was curious about the penalty awarded to Sebastien Vettel during the 2021 Emilia Romania GP. Why do you think the stewards waited until Sebastien came out of the pit to give him a pit lane penalty for something that occurred prior to the race start? I feel like it should have been given shortly after the race start so that the tram could at least try to maximize strategy for the remainder of the race. Thoughts?????

    CHEFCHEF17 päivää sitten
  • What a child like assessment of peoples complaints. There is no doubt that allowing cars to unlap themselves offers a huge advantage, and allows drivers that have made big race effecting errors to effectively have those errors erased. This directly disadvantages other drivers that didn't make those errors. As you said, it's not like this rule has always been in effect, so criticizing it when it influences a race result doesn't make us "haters" of Lewis Hamilton, it makes us haters of rules that unduly offer advantages to some drivers over another and influence race results. But if this is how you want to characterize F1 fans, your viewers, just as haters, maybe you should consider if this really is the right industry for you. You just chose to confidently and arrogantly insult your own viewers because you fundamentally misunderstood what we complained about, failed to put any effort in to understand it correctly, conflated multiple events as if they are all the same, and wrongly assumed we all must hate Lewis, even going as far as to wrongly claim that we didn't complain when other drivers got the same advantage at this race and at other races in the past, just to push your toxic narrative. For example, it is completely valid for people to ask about Lewis reversing onto the track. Massi himself stated that it was the fact that Lewis was in communication with his team, the fact that he reversed in a manner that was largely safe, that allowed him to reject the idea of investigating it as a dangerous rejoin, implying that had Lewis done it differently that it very really could have been considered dangerous. Combine that with past rulings like reversing in the pitlane being completely illegal, and now you can see why it is right for people to ask about why this example was justifiable and how the stewards made their decision. Asking about the nuances like this does not make you a hater, we did the same when Riccardo reversed into Kvyat, and I'd go as far as to say in that example the stewards should have investigated Ricc for a dangerous rejoin attempt, since he did collide with and damage another car in an avoidable accident. My disagreeing with the stewards doesn't make me a Ricc hater, he's my favorite driver on the grid, he just made a mistake on that day. So please, grow up a bit, don't be so quick to insult us for asking questions or disagreeing with rulings or even rules. Asking questions is valid, and when your youtube channels entire reason to exist is to answer peoples questions, choosing to instead insult us for daring to ask them is pretty pathetic.

    launchedsquidlaunchedsquid17 päivää sitten
  • Next video: Why do cars 'pick up rubber' after a race

    Žiga ZverŽiga Zver17 päivää sitten
  • So nascar has the lap down better than f1? You put the lapped cars in the back of the field and the lead in front of the lapped cars. That’s how limit the confusion and get rid of the lapped car ahead of lead cars on restarts like that.

    Ashton AngelAshton Angel17 päivää sitten