F1 » FIA blasts leaked Briatore documents

The FIA has condemned the leaking of confidential legal documents ahead of disgraced former Renault F1 managing director Flavio Briatore's Paris appeal against his lifetime ban for the 'Singapore-gate' race-fixing scandal

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Mike - Unregistered

November 12, 2009 9:05 PM

Flavio is really hard done by. That horrible Max - not only did he arrange the World Council hearing, he probably arranged the actual crash just to get Flavio into trouble.

We all know Flav is a true sportsman who would never do anything underhand. His entire career is that of a scholar and a true gentleman.

A French court is bound to say that what Flav and poor Pat Symonds did was normal sporting conduct and as such, harmless. The FIA should welcome him back.

And come to think of it, how outrageous that Renault threw him out.

alex - Unregistered

November 13, 2009 7:32 AM

Is Mad Max still pulling all the levers behind the curtain ?

It certainbly sounds like Vintage Spanker to me, hard to see what "Regime Change" has gone on there when they come out with something SO utterly Maxish.

Mad Max's joke FIA were the biggest leakers in the entire pan galactic history of leakery, ever. As many posters have correctly spotted, the irony of the FIA complaining about leaks is beyond words.

maverik - Unregistered

November 13, 2009 8:11 AM

Flavio was brilliant to wait for the end of Max and then bring this to the table. So i feel h has a fair chance of getting cleared with an year or so penalty. It will be good to see flavio back in the F1 paddock.

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