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|7th December 2007, 04:35||#1|
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Spygate II:Renault found guilty but no Penalty.
The second episode of the Spygate series had ended with a familiar story.Renault were found guilty of breaching Article 151C of the sporting regulations but no punishment was handed out.The reason for the outcome and the details of the proceedings will be made available later today.Flavio was visibly happy to have escaped unscathed. Whether Mclaren appeals (i:e if they are allowed to)the decision remains to be seen.
|7th December 2007, 14:52||#5|
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Ok another episode of mud slinging continues, man F1 has got more interesting off the track these days.
|7th December 2007, 18:10||#6|
I am so fed up of the FIA that I dont even feel like commenting on the descision.
F1 News > The full World Council decision
If after reading this one feels that the FIA is not baised then I can do nothing.
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|7th December 2007, 19:33||#7|
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FIA imposes no penalty due to the lack of evidence that the Championship has been affected.... thats a laugh !
These b&&s @ renault couldn't understand mcl's drawings ????.. thats another laugh.
BTW from the report it appears mcl's J-dampers was illegal ??? ..waiting for the scrutiny results .
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|7th December 2007, 20:41||#9|
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Well they have told that taking buying stuff from a person is bad but stealing is ok!!! ya rite....
next we may see all teams stealing from one another
|7th December 2007, 22:23||#10|
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fia say that renault did not benefit from the data . but they do admit that renault had in their posession confidential mclaren data and most importantly RENAULT KNEW ALL ALONG OF HAVING SECRET MCLAREN DATA WITHIN THEIR TEAM . isnt this cheating . if anyone cheats they should be punished for it irespective of whether they benefit from it or not .
|7th December 2007, 22:50||#11|
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I can't believe that people still think that FIA is fair in its ruling. If they can let Renault off saying they have not used any of that info on their cars, then have they proved that McLaren did use Ferrari info on their cars? I thought all the while it was about understanding how your competitors car worked and gaining an indirect advantage because of that.
Btw, I'm in a way happy about this ruling because it shows that McLaren have been treated unfairly and the rules are not the same for everyone.
|8th December 2007, 12:40||#12|
Hold on and thats not the end of it. The FIA is going to decide if McLarens 08 car is legal in Feb 08.
UpdateF1 >> Formula 1 News > McLaren face long wait of MP4-23
No such problems for Renault though, because as the FIA has admitted they (Renault) were not in a position to affect the championship. What kind of a descision is this, all they want to do is cripple McLaren and criple them so bad that they cannot rise again.
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