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FIA to conclude Abu Dhabi inquiry by early February

The FIA expects to complete its review into F1's controversial title-deciding Abu Dhabi GP by early February at the latest. Sky Sports has been told the formal investigative side of the inquiry began on Monday and the inquiry team will aim to interview all those involved in the controversy, including race director Michael Masi, drivers and team representatives. Mohammed Ben Sulayem, who was elected FIA president on December 17, is taking a personal involvement in the review and dealing with it as a matter of urgency from the governing body's headquarters in Geneva. F1's governing body has been in a transitional phase with Jean Todt's term as president ending just five days after the Abu...
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