F1 » NASCAR team sues Williams and Mike Coughlan

NASCAR team Michael Waltrip Racing is suing Williams Grand Prix Engineering and their newly-appointed chief engineer Mike Coughlan over accusations of breach of contract, say reports.

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July 18, 2011 7:47 AM

ozfan. this "bi metal" theory has no substance. there is nothing to substantiate such a theory. but it is nice to throw these into the mix. in fact it is clever use of directional laying up of carbon fibre that is the "secret". this has been identified by the other teams and is now being copied by them. further it has been discussed in autosport and other knowledgable sites. any system that would have a driver using a switch to heat metal in a wing, would be totally illegal and would result in disqualification. it s all old news now.

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