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Frank: "Polmicial is NOT a word in the English language (at least according to my spell checker)"
Contrary to poplar opinion, the English language is not defined by dictionaries or spell checkers. I think French might be a proscribed language, where the national dictionary defines what is and isn't a word, but in English the dictionary is merely a record of contemporary word usage.
I'm presuming the article must have had a typo in it, that it originally read "polmicial" but has since been updated to read "polemical". I'm not sure if you are objecting to the word polmicial or polemical. Polemical is a perfectly good word and by no means restricted to F1 circles.