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2009-06-24 20:52:00

Teams that had threatened to break away from Formula One racing agreed to remain in the series Wednesday and claimed a victory in the showdown. Max Mosley,president of Formula One's governing body (FIA), said he would immediately step away from the day-to-day operation of the series and would officially resign in October when his contract expires. Eight of the teams involved in Formula One, including the powerhouse Ferrari organization, announced this month they would create their own racing...

2005-06-29 16:17:57

By Alan Baldwin PARIS (Reuters) - Formula One stepped back from the brinkof crisis Wednesday when the governing body decided to delayuntil September any action against the seven teams who failedto start this month's U.S. Grand Prix. The teams -- championship leaders Renault, McLaren,Williams, Toyota, Red Bull, Sauber and BAR -- had been chargedwith bringing the sport into disrepute by their actions at theJune 19 race in Indianapolis. Just six cars took part in the ninth round of...

2005-06-29 15:04:41

By Alan Baldwin PARIS (Reuters) - Formula One stepped back from the brinkof crisis Wednesday when the governing body decided to delayuntil September any action against the seven teams who failedto start this month's U.S. Grand Prix. The teams -- championship leaders Renault, McLaren,Williams, Toyota, Red Bull, Sauber and BAR -- had been chargedwith bringing the sport into disrepute by their actions at theJune 19 race in Indianapolis. Just six cars took part in the ninth round of...

2005-06-29 14:46:20

By Alan Baldwin PARIS (Reuters) - The seven teams using Michelin tyres whofailed to start the U.S. Grand Prix at Indianapolis earlierthis month were found guilty by the FIA on two of five chargesthey faced at a hearing Wednesday. They were cleared of the other three. The FIA said they haddecided to adjourn discussion of any penalties until anextraordinary meeting on September 14. The teams were found guilty of failing to ensure they werein possession of suitable tyres for the June 19...

2005-06-28 19:25:34

By Alan Baldwin LONDON (Reuters) - Michelin have offered to refund U.S.Grand Prix fans after tire failures turned this month's FormulaOne race at Indianapolis into a six-car fiasco. "Michelin has decided to contribute to the costs incurredby the spectators present at the circuit on Sunday, June 19th2005 by offering to refund their tickets," the French tiremanufacturer said in a statement on Tuesday. "This is an important decision, since Michelin is not atall legally bound to do this."...


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