F1 » Resources 'cheat' claim probed, but RBR unworried

The Formula One Teams' Association (FOTA) will conduct an investigation into an alleged breach of the Resource Restriction Agreement (RRA) by double F1 2010 World Champions Red Bull Racing - but Christian Horner insists no rules have been broken

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January 14, 2011 12:07 PM

I think FOTA should just get on with the investigation and while they're at it, to ensure their is no discrimination, they should also investigate Ferrari, McLaren, Mercedes, Renault, Force India, Torro Rosso and Sauber. No need to worry about the others.


January 14, 2011 12:29 PM

Hishek, Your probably right. Just thought it would make the process look more transparent if some also-ran teams were also included. I should have included Williams in my also ran part of the list.

Arrows - Unregistered

January 14, 2011 3:08 PM

what a bunch of sore losers, most of the other teams attacked Red Bull all of last season because they couldnt understand how their car was so fast, and now after they have won both championships they are still trying to find ways to accuse Red Bull of cheating? personally i think the other professional racing teams just cant take the fact that they were beaten by a drinks company. . .

50 Cent - Unregistered

January 14, 2011 3:19 PM

Good one Arrows. I also think that they can't stand the idea that a relative newcomer managed the difficult feat of winning WDC. The same goes for certain posters, right RobO1?

raptor22 - Unregistered

January 14, 2011 6:10 PM

Benetton has the same teething trouble when they started winning. Then thye got nailed for having software still in the ECu that everyone still had. FErrari quietly removed it as did McLaren and Williams. F1, the kingdom of hipocrits

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