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EXCLUSIVE Formula 1 Newsletter 30

Briatore and Symonds head to court

It was no surprise to learn that Flavio Briatore was to sue the FIA. The former Renault team principal alleges that the World Council, chaired by then-president of the FIA Max Mosley, was ‘clearly blinded by an excessive desire for personal revenge’ when it banned him from motor sport for life following the Piquet ‘crash-gate’ affair in the 2008 Singapore …

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