Former FIA president Max Mosley believes that Ferrari should be heavily punished for imposing team orders at the German Grand Prix.
Mosley believes that the Italian team should lose points for its actions and that F1’s ban on team orders should remain.
Ferrari will face FIA's World Motor Sport Council next month over the debacle and may be penalised more than the initial $100,000 fine issued by the German GP stewards.
Mosley, speaking to German newspaper Welt Am Sonntag, said, “Both cars and both drivers should lose the points they achieved in the German Grand Prix.
“I will not make any recommendation, but on the facts at the moment there should have been some sporting sanction and not only a fine.”
He added that retaining the ban on team orders was necessary for the sake of fans.
“Most teams are in favour of the ban being lifted,” said Mosley. “But if one wants to fulfil the needs of the audience, then one must maintain the ban. In the event that it is brought into play by a team, we have to impose a severe punishment.”See all the latest F1 reviews, news and video