The Briton, who is taking it upon himself to act as the spokesperson for the drivers, is now due to attend three crunch F1 meetings before the rules for 2021 are published in October.
The world champion was speaking after he dominated a French Grand Prix so processional that it triggered extensive soul-searching over what improvements could be made to improve the fare.
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JONATHAN McEVOY AT LE CASTELLET: The 19-year-old British rookie found out three hours after the French Grand Prix that he was being promoted to ninth place.
Lewis Hamilton kept up his relentless domination to win the French GP. But there were enough talking points behind the Brit, as Sportsmail looks at six things you may have missed.
JONATHAN McEVOY AT LE CASTELLET: Lewis Hamilton continued his emphatic start to the season by taking a convincing victory in the French Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton continued his emphatic start to the season by taking a convincing victory in the French Grand Prix, extending his title lead to 36 points.
Vettel had already suffered a poor start to the weekend after seeing a review to overturn his penalty at the Canadian GP which robbed him of a win thrown out by the stewards.
JONATHAN McEVOY AT LE CASTELLET: The 19-year-old Briton secured his highest grid position with a fine performance in a revitalised McLaren, outperforming team-mate Carlos Sainz.
JONATHAN McEVOY AT LE CASTELLET: There was no sign of a Vettel reprieve under a fierce French sun as he was once again driven out of sight by Lewis Hamilton’s decisive track-record lap.