The second battle will also be fought in the courts. There are only two acceptable outcomes for the 'Renault Spy Scandal'. The first would see Renault hit with the exact punishment McLaren recieved. The second would be to let Renault off with a lesser punishment and re-visit the McLaren judgement and reduce that to match Renault's. I'll not get into the details of the Renault vs. McLaren scandals; they are the same. The punishment should be the same.
On these two battles rests my dedication to F1. Any deviation from what I've said above would see me turn to other forms of motorsport because F1 will have ceased to be what it has always been. We, the fans, over the long years have had to tolerate trials and tribulations, and each fan must decide for him (or her) self where that 'line' of tolerance will be drawn. I draw my line here.
It's easy to retreat from this and pull on a mask of apathy or strike a pose of cynicism disguised as wisdom. It's far harder to admit when something you are an avid fan of is no longer worthy of that fanship.