I’m all for having the cars in the right order behind the safety car. I have never been comfortable having lapped cars in the way of people who are dueling for position. It deprives the car behind of a golden opportunity to gain a position, and it deprives us of on track action. Yes, having the lapped cars in the way goes some way to remedying the injustice that has been done to the leader (who has had his lead slashed by the deployment of the safety car) but if he was good enough to build his lead once, he should be good enough to build the lead again.
What I do have an issue with however is the way the cars are put in the correct order. Because we have the delta times that the drivers have to stick to when the safety car is out on track, it takes too long to get the right cars in the right order. Why can’t the FIA, once all the cars are behind the safety car, order a group of say 5 cars at a time to shuffle into the right position in the snake? That would surely be quicker than making them drive round the whole circuit.