BMWs Nick Heidfeld was the latest unfortunate victim of the new-for-2008 regulation in the Spanish Grand Prix, which outlaws drivers from entering the pit lane when the safety car is deployed.
The timing of the second safety car in Sundays race coincided around the time of Heidfelds first pit stop – meaning the German had to pit when the pit lane was still officially closed to avoid running out of fuel.
He picked up the mandatory 10-second stop-and-go penalty as a result, dropping him to the back of the pack and ruining his chances of scoring points.
McLarens Heikki Kovalainen was similarly unfortunate in Australia and Domenicali says the rule is something that will be looked at, although he reckons a change may take some time.
"I don't know if it will be possible to be changed before the end of the season,” he said in his post-race debrief.
“For sure it's under discussion in the next Sporting Working Group, it's on the agenda.
“It's something that we want to work out because for sure it's very unlucky if you get in that situation but this could happen to anyone.”
The rule was initially changed to avoid drivers racing back to the pits following the deployment of the safety car while there was an incident on the track.
But while believing the rule needs to be altered, Domenicali says it would be wrong to push through a knee-jerk solution.
“Don't forget that a safety car in a normal way can be very unlucky so we need to stay cool and think what is the best option for everyone before changing something,” he said.
“The worst thing that we can do in Formula 1 now is to make a change and then suddenly realise that we've changed it for the worse and then you get lost.
“Before you do something, it's better to think 10 times."