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"JohnO, read on and in the process learn some.
The FIA should have disqualified RBR and not let them start the race in Monaco"
Well, I read on. But I didn't learn anything. You offer no reason why the FIA should have disqualified RBR and not let them race in Monaco. You didn't even attempt to do so.
What you want to see is what is called an "ex post facto" law, in which behavior which was not a crime at the time is retroactively penalized. For instance, the state might announce that the 40MPH speed limit on that road you drive every day is now 30MPH - and the change is retroactive to three years ago. And here are your 843 speeding tickets for your "speeding" during that time! The courts take a dim view of such laws, for obvious reasons.