The FIA has announced that any team repeating the arranged finish seen in
Australia last weekend will be 'severely punished'.

In an attempt to restore credibility to a sport which has seen two
anti-climactic endings in as many races, the governing body has decided to
bring sanctions against teams and individual drivers who refuse to race to
the chequered flag.

The FIA, which has yet to issue details of the punishments, has noted that
team orders will continue to be a part of the sport, but hopes that the
Australian situation - where the result was dictated at the first corner -
can be avoided in the future. It also added that McLaren would not be
punished for its Melbourne actions.

 

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