The FIA And Brundle In Legal Row!


If things couldn’t get more out of hand with the espionage issue, this just in:

Martin Brundle, no stranger to media or F1, is implicated in a FIA lawsuit against the Sunday Times for an article he wrote about the spy saga and the FIA’s “witch hunt” against McLaren. Now, Martin feels the timing of the suit is no coincidence. And here we thought Nigel Stepney was the only guy in legal hot water while Flav was rattling saber’s about it. Sheesh.

“The timing of the writ is significant, in my view, given the FIA’s decision to find Renault guilty of having significant McLaren designs and information within their systems, but not administering any penalty,” Brundle writes in the Sunday Times.

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Sounds like the FIA is going all Bush/Cheney on the press. If no one knows we’re idiots, then we’re not..

John “The emperor wears no clothes” Stone


For once I’m not gonna slug Marty (not that harsh at least), I may a lot of the times disagree with him but this latest one regarding the limitations that may be put on the press, okay nothing to slug there. But what he seems to not be comprehending is the part that McLaren also got away the first time round, regardless of whether or not he mentioned it. Despite saying “yes I know unless they find more information, Renault won’t get a kick where they don’t want it.” Somehow I don’t buy the part where he tries to be… Read more »