He explained: “You can pay the ticket and then [it is] what it is.
"At the end of the day the organiser, together with us, will consider the attention, the maximum attention to the fans, that’s for sure.”
The two completed laps were enough to allow an official race classification, with half points awarded to the top-10 finishers.
Pressed as to whether a complete lack of running would have made the case for any refund stronger, Domenicali said: “No, because it is a matter of attention, a matter of being ready to do something for the fans.
“As I said, two laps or zero laps it doesn’t make a difference in that respect.
“The race is there. Formally, it is a race. It is a matter of understanding what is the sign of attention the organiser would like to do with the fans.
"I think there will be ideas already that they are thinking considering what has happened this year.”
What do you think?
Are you serious? OK so you don't like lewis Hamilton but why should he have to pay anyone back? Perhaps you forgot that he has started a charity to help disadvantaged people and then put 20 million of his own money into it. Why didn't you suggest ALL the drivers dip their hands into their pockets?
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