Are Renault Next In FIA Crosshairs?

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The FIA are patiently waiting for Ron Dennis to provide information implicating Renault in a similar espionage scandal that has a former McLaren engineer leaving McLaren for Renault with 3 discs worth of technical data under his arm. Could Renault be next in Max’s scope and does Flav wish we would have been a little easier on Ron a few months ago?

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Lucas S.
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Lucas S.

This makes me want to laugh and scream.

Scream for the obvious reason of another long drawn out mess.

Laugh far a little bit of karma biting Flav in the butt, because if this turns out to be true he really shouldn’t have been so hard on Ron.

Lucas S.

BobHereYo
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BobHereYo

Well McClaren stole Flav’s driver, does that count for anything?

Flav can take care of himself and remember, Bernie and him are business partners right!

Are we coming to the days that All Teams will Hold Patent’s on their respective developmental designs.

BobHereYo
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BobHereYo

I have not hear the world yet but is Mike Coughlan been fired yet at McClaren? You would think they woulda just fired him for having his wife make the copies of the Ferrari Report.

Unless Coughlan is more valuable being stuck in limbo than being on the market.

Negative Camber
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To my knowledge, they have not fired him. I am sure there are a load of legal issues to consider. I have no idea if they are filing suit against him or not.

sainath
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sainath

I think the whole thing is now getting out of hand. If the teams spent as much time developing their own cars as they did on find out what other teams are doing, I think cars would have significant performance improvement.

Sainath

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Grace
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1. I don’t think McLaren has the evidence to drag The Flav to the FIA over this and the FIA aren’t going to support another all out attack because they’ve made their point by attacking McLaren. So unless McLaren has some really good evidence, this will just fade away with Ron looking stupid/ sour grapes. 2. Patents on respective designs is exactly where this going and exactly what Peter Windsor and others have been discussing: Now that the McLaren case is settled what does this mean for the rest of the paddock. Todd feels that its about time as these… Read more »

BobHereYo
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BobHereYo

Well said Grace and thanks for taking care of all the point brought up in ALL the comments in one nice little post– Is that Multi-Posting?

BobHereYo
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BobHereYo

Hey did you see ESPN is talking about…

Belichick and Signalgate nothing compared to espionage in racing

http://sports.espn.go.com/rpm/columns/story?seriesId=2&columnist=mcgee_ryan&id=3025391&campaign=rss&source=RPMHeadlines

Interesting

Negative Camber
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This is perhaps the single biggest sports fine and rebuke I can think of in recent memory. Of course the US hasn’t got much of a clue since it’s F1 but slowly the news is getting around and you know, it ‘ain’t bad publicity. :)

Grace
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That article was pretty interesting BHY. I also love that its in the NASCAR section of ESPN. Good job guys.

Plus it provides a nice example of just how much money is in F1…