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June 10th, 2011
Provided by the FIA CHRONOLOGY OF THE DECISIONS * Prior to the World Council meeting of 8 March 2011: Taking into account the unrest in the country, the organisers of the GP (Bahrain Motor Federation), having expressed their inability to host the GP on the date of 13 March, were given the opportunity by the WMSC of proposing, no later than 1 May, an alternative date for the Grand Prix. The President of the FIA asked the commercial rights holder (FOWCL) to finalise this date proposal.
September 9th, 2010
The FIA remains convinced that Ferrari did use illegal team orders at the German Grand Prix – but it decided not to push the team further at its disciplinary hearing on Wednesday because of inconsistencies in the way the rules have been applied in the past.
September 7th, 2010
Ferrari will find out in Paris on Wednesday afternoon whether it is to face further sanctions over the German Grand Prix team orders controversy.
July 29th, 2010
Fernando Alonso says he is not affected at all by the team orders controversy involving his Ferrari squad following the German Grand Prix. Ferrari was fined $100,000 for illegal use of team orders last weekend, when Alonso was handed the lead of the race by team-mate Felipe Massa
June 24th, 2010
The FIA World Motor Sport Council has fined US F1 and banned the team from participating in any FIA championship as a punishment for its failure to appear in the 2010 Formula 1 season. The American project was set to be one of the four new teams in this year’s world championship, but admitted shortly before the season opener that it would not be ready in time.
June 22nd, 2010
Formula 1′s long-running tyre saga is expected to move a step nearer to an end game on Wednesday when the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council meets in Geneva to decide on future rules. After weeks of uncertainty about which tyre company would be picked, with teams having closed in on finalising terms with Pirelli, the FIA is expected to issue its first public statement about its own intentions for the future after the meeting. Although the governing body could simply ratify the teams’ preferred choice, AUTOSPORT understands that there remains a possibility the matter could be put out to tender – as FIA president Jean Todt recently suggested in a recent interview with French newspaper Le Parisien .
April 16th, 2010
The World Rally Championship is expected to confirm a 14-round schedule for 2011 in today’s World Motor Sport Council fax vote. The Monte Carlo Rally is expected to remain on the Intercontinental Rally Challenge schedule and – despite looking into the possibility of the French Alps classic running as a round of both the IRC and WRC – no agreement has been reached with the organisers, the Automobile Club de Monaco.
April 12th, 2010
The decision handed down by the Tribunal de Grande Instance of Paris on 5 January 2010 at the request of Mr Flavio Briatore and Mr Pat Symonds, which the FIA has appealed, revealed a poor understanding of how the disciplinary procedure before the World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) works. In accordance with the undertakings made by the FIA President during his campaign, it will be proposed at the next General Assembly, at the end of 2010, that a structural reform, on which the FIA Statutes Review Commission is currently working, be adopted to prevent other misunderstandings
March 16th, 2010
World Rally Championship Commission president Morrie Chandler has revealed that he does still believe some element of rotation can work in the WRC calendar. A policy of rotation was re-introduced to the series two years ago under former FIA president Max Mosley’s regime
March 12th, 2010
FIA president Jean Todt says he is in favour of reintroducing the 107 per cent rule for Formula 1 qualifying. But the Frenchman admits it is very unlikely to happen this year, and believes the rules will probably make a return in 2011. Until 2002, any driver whose fastest lap was outside 107 percent of the pole position time was not allowed to take part in the race except under extraordinary circumstances.