F1 » Mercedes accepts ruling, won't launch appeal

Mercedes says it accepts the ruling made by the FIA's International Tribunal and won't launch an appeal against its reprimand and ban from the Young Driver Test

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June 23, 2013 9:12 AM

kiwi. not quite right. Pirelli must abide by the f1 rules and sporting codes. it says so in their contract with fia. it does not specifically exclude any car as it would be utter madness to mention EVERY rule in the contract, but if fia have a rule saying that current car cannot be used, then Pirelli are legally and morally bound to abide by that.
it was merc who inserted the 2013 car into the equation, and Pirelli expected merc to get an all clear, an all clear they did not get, but thought that charlies opinion was the go ahead.
in my OPINION, there was "manufactured" confusion, but this is my OPINION !

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