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Formula 1 has a habit of taking things to the courtroom. Over the past decade, there have been a number of high profile cases that have sent shockwaves through the sport, making or breaking entire seasons. Back in 2005, BAR was handed a two-race ban for using fuel as ballast when the FIA took its own stewards to court; 2007 saw the infamous spygate scandal that resulted in McLaren getting chucked out of the constructors; 2009 was a dark year as the details about Renault's rigging of the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix came to light; Ferrari faced sanctions in the wake of the team orders debacle at Hockenheim in 2010, but kept its points; last year we had testgate that ended in quite the...
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