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Verdict due in Mercedes tyre case

" itemprop="description"> A verdict is expected on Friday into whether Mercedes and Pirelli broke Formula 1's rules with a unauthorised tyre test. A hearing took place on Thursday at the FIA's headquarters in Paris. The governing body's international tribunal was told Mercedes did not get permission to take part in the three-day 1,000km tyre test last month. But Mercedes said they could not have broken the rules because Pirelli conducted the test. A wide range of penalties are open to the tribunal, from exclusion from the championship, through race bans to fines. They could also choose to acquit either or both parties. A guilty verdict for Mercedes or Pirelli could have...
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