McLaren faces more sanctions
McLaren continues to be called to look prior to the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council on 29 April to reply to charges it has introduced F1 into disrepute within the debate surrounding Lewis Hamilton’s Australian Grand Prix disqualification.
They continues to be called after it ‘deliberately misled’ stewards in the Australian Grand Prix throughout a hearing into Jarno Trulli overtaking Lewis Hamilton behind the security vehicle within the closing stages from the Melbourne race.
The FIA announced on Tuesday the team can look prior to the remarkable WMSC hearing in Paris around the Wednesday following the Bahrain GP to reply to charges of breaching the Worldwide Sporting Code.
The FIA claims that McLaren might have damaged the rules on five counts.
Meanwhile, McLaren has announced it has separated company using its sporting director Dave Ryan, who together with Hamilton accepted laying towards the stewards’ hearing around australia, and also at another meeting around the eve from the Malaysian Grand Prix.