Just heard on our news service that McLaren have made a protest prior to the
start of the Austrian GP regarding an illegal part on the Ferrari engine.
Anybody know/heard anything?
Them seem to have (or have not?) a illegal TRACTION CONTROL, which
only affects tehe rear wheels.
Nothing has been confirmed and thus everthing is still a rumour (as
>Anybody know/heard anything?
> Them seem to have (or have not?) a illegal TRACTION CONTROL, which
> only affects tehe rear wheels.
> Nothing has been confirmed and thus everthing is still a rumour (as
> See ya,
Axel J. Zahn
Formula One Club Deutschland
Dennis told Todt that McLaren would protest.
Todt asked FIA to verify Ferrari's cars.
Todt asked FIA to place an official in Ferrari's pit during qualifying.
McLaren have not protested.
School of Comp. Sci. & Soft. Eng., Monash University, Melbourne, Australia