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FIA under pressure after all F1 teams issue statement amid misogyny scandal

Following a statement made by the FIA on Tuesday, all 10 teams have united to demonstrate their support for F1 Academy managing director Susie Wolff, who is facing allegations of giving away 'confidential' information to her husband, Toto Wolff. The FIA stated on Tuesday that they'd be investigating allegations that an unnamed team principal had gained secret information from FOM personnel. Whilst not naming them specifically, it was recognised that this was directed at Susie and Toto. Concerningly, the FIA's strong statement was made following a report by one publication, Business F1 Magazine, rather than based on evidence. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1 job vacancies F1...
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