Lewis Hamilton believes that the recognition of the fact that human errors led to the Abu Dhabi GP controversy is “a good step.”

The FIA released a long-awaited report of the Abu Dhabi GP investigation on Saturday. Hamilton revealed that he had not read the report, but was aware of the key points and shared his thoughts about them.

“I wasn’t expecting an apology, and it’s not really something I’m really focused on. We know that’s the way it is and that wasn’t going to probably happen,” he said.

“But the fact is that at least there is that transparency, I mean it’s a human error, I think that’s a positive step.

“We can’t go back, unfortunately, and change the past. And so I just look at focusing on doing what I can do now and trying to shape the future, working with this team, trying to get this car into a window, we’ve got a bit of work to do.”

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