Bob Fernley has questioned the legality of Formula One's Strategy Group, which he reckons does not play into "ethical governance."
On Monday, Formula One's Strategy Group, which has effectively replaced the sporting and technical working groups, will meet for the first time to discuss the sport's regulations.
The Group, though, does not include all 11 teams. Rather is it made up of 18 voting members, which come from the FIA, FOM and just six teams.
Those teams are Ferrari, Red Bull, McLaren and Mercedes while Williams have been included for historical reasons. Lotus make up the sixth team as 'the highest placed team outside the top four.'
There are therefore concerns amongst the...
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