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Motorsports Governing Body FIA Imposes Heafty Fee Increases For F1 Teams
Published November 5, 2012
REWARD: In London, Bob McKenzie reported that a $500,000 reward will be offered by F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone to "any F1 staff" who blows the whistle on their team cheating (DAILY EXPRESS, 11/3).