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F1 Bosses Claim FIA Acting Inconsistently With Governing Of Track Limits

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 25 / 16

Two F1 team bosses are "angry," claiming that the FIA "is acting inconsistently with the governing of track limits," according to GMM. Just before the summer break, leading team chiefs approached FIA Race Dir Charlie Whiting "to plead for a change of heart, with interpretations of the legal limits o...

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