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Ferrari looks forward to welcoming at Australia GP

Team leader Mattia Binotto hopes the Italian racing team will not make people worry even from the Covid-19 epidemic region.

Ferrari is one of two racing teams based in Italy – the largest Covid-19 outbreak in Europe. They were the focus of attention before the season began. However, Binotto assured him that he and his partner would still move to Australia on a schedule, unaffected by the plague of their home country.

On March 5, seven non-Ferrari racing teams – including Mercedes, Red Bull, McLaren, Renault, Racing Point, Alpha Tauri and Williams – sent an ultimatum to the FIA, asking the agency to clarify the investigation. infringing on Ferrari’s engine.

Earlier, the FIA ​​conducted an investigation after some rival racing teams suspected Ferrari of breaking the law, using excessive fuel consumption allowed in some F1 2019 season’s races. all racing teams are pressing.

FIA declared “not completely satisfied” with Ferrari’s explanation of whether they used the engine properly during the entire 2019 season. However, the agency also said it could not prove that the Italian team violated the law. The FIA ​​announced it had “reached a confidentiality agreement” with Ferrari and this angered seven racing teams.

Seven racing teams send an ultimatum to the FIA

F1 (FIA) authorities are under great pressure after announcing the results of an unclear investigation of Ferrari engine violations.

Seven non-Ferrari racing teams – Mercedes, Red Bull, McLaren, Renault, Racing Point, Alpha Tauri and Williams – sent an ultimatum to FIA on June 5 asking the agency to clarify the case. Ferrari’s engine, according to the BBC.

FIA has conducted an investigation into whether Ferrari has used excess fuel than allowed at some races of last season. Some rival racing teams – including Mercedes and Red Bull – suspect Ferrari is breaking the law. But FIA’s investigation results did not satisfy the racing teams.

On March 5, FIA declared “not completely satisfied” with Ferrari’s answer about whether they used the engine properly during the entire 2019 season. However, the agency also said it could not prove that the Italian team broke the law.

The FIA ​​announced it had “reached a confidentiality agreement” with Ferrari and this angered seven racing teams. They signed a letter, requested clarification of the case, and set a deadline for the FIA ​​to respond.

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