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NEWS FLASH: FIA confirms verdict.

McLaren have been stripped of all their points in this year constructors' championship and handed a $100 million fine, following the World Motor Sport Council spy hearing today.

Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton both retain their points' in the drivers' championship.

More to follow as we get it...


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Wayne Best - Unregistered

September 13, 2007 6:44 PM

What a surprise, bias ruling due to Ferrari staff on the board, bitter and twisted by the success of Mclaren this year. Completely corrupt, and where could a figure of $100m come from, how has this figure been reached?? simply making sure Mclaren dont have the avaliable budget for next year, so they can blitz Ferrari again. I am outraged at the ruling, and this is simply appalling for the sport. Bitter Bitter Ferrari.

Chris - Unregistered

September 13, 2007 6:54 PM

Absolutely disgusting. The only person bringing the Sport into disrepute is Max Mosely. If McLaren are guilty and have benefited then obviously so have their drivers, so why penalise the Team and not the Drivers! If Maclaren are guilty because of one person in their team, then so is Ferrari for the behaviour of Stepney.As usual it is typical double standards by the FIA who like to show their "muscle".



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