Force India driver Sergio Perez has labelled the accident which befell Jules Bianchi as 'unacceptable', following the Frenchman's crash at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Bianchi was left with a diffuse axonal injury after he struck a recovery vehicle which was tending to the stricken Sauber of Adrian Sutil.
Perez says that Formula 1 drivers must talk with the sport's governing body and understand how lessons can be learned.
"We will make sure that they hear us because what happened on Sunday it’s totally unacceptable," he said.
"We will go through every single detail or at least myself; many drivers will support this idea but we want to go into full detail on what happened. We've got to be together, we are together.
"I never had this in my whole career where you come into a weekend into a new circuit [Sochi], such a nice place and you’re not really bothered, you’re not really interested in what’s going on.You only care about Jules and you want to hear some news on him.
"You look on the internet, you try to speak to the people in the paddock so it’s not a normal weekend."