The Grand Prix Drivers Association says it wants more influence in F1's decision making process having held a meeting with the FIA president Jean Todt in Korea.
According to reports in the German press, a number of drivers met with Todt to discuss the possibility of more influence on decisions affecting the sport after a number of issues emerged in Korea.
Amongst them were concerns over the pit lane entry, which some said could have been resolved had the drivers been asked about the design of the circuit in advance.
“We want a permanent dialogue with the governing body,” GPDA chairman Rubens Barrichello said. “We discussed three or four things and he was very open. All we want is for the GPDA to be able to contribute more to the future of the sport.”
Barrichello was joined for the meeting by Sebastian Vettel and Felipe Massa – both of whom hold the roles of directors within the GPDA.