The FIA and Ferrari’s settlement released 28 February 2020, has come under fire today, as F1 teams released a joined statement demanding full disclosure of the agreed settlement.
The teams include Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix Limited, Red Bull Racing Limited, McLaren Racing Limited, Racing Point UK Limited, Renault Sport Racing Limited, Scuderia Alpha Tauri S.p.A. Williams Grand Prix Engineering Limited.
One key point in the joint statement questioned the integrity of the FIA; “An international sporting regulator has the responsibility to act with the highest standards of governance, integrity and transparency” it read.
The F1 teams seem to want one thing only, which is to know whether the Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 Power Unit was legal or not.
The FIA will do well to address the joint statement as soon as possible as the only governing body in the sport its important they have the teams’ and fans confidence in their processes and investigations.
This will be one to keep an eye on as the seven F1 teams have threatened legal action against the FIA with the first race of the season just around the corner.