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@Sunny, again I don't know what your referring too.
I don't believe the law has a place in sports quite honestly, otherwise how many assault charges would there be for footballers?
It's down to the sports governing body, now that begs the question is the FIA fit to govern F1? recent evidence would suggest perhaps not but that's a different story. If it's financial irregularities (see Bernie's case) then it falls within the civil law which the holdings companies of the teams are bound by anyway.
If someone deliberately tampered with the car to kill an individual then yes perhaps but for a sporting accident it's stupid to get the civil courts involved. They might as well hand out speeding tickets while they're at it.