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Renault given two-year suspended ban
Renault has been handed a two-year suspended ban for its involvement in fixing the result of last year's Singapore Grand Prix, with Flavio Briatore and Pat Symonds receiving bans from motorsport.
The full verdict from the FIA's WMSC
At an extraordinary meeting of the World Motor Sport Council held in Paris on 21 September 2009, the ING Renault F1 team ("Renault F1") admitted that the team had conspired with its driver Nelson Piquet Jr. to cause a deliberate crash at the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix, in breach of the International Sporting Code and F1 Sporting Regulations.
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Renault accepts FIA's decision
Renault has said it accepts the FIA's decision to hand it a two-year suspended ban from Formula 1, after apologising unreservedly for fixing the result of last year's Singapore Grand Prix.
Piquet not expecting forgiveness
Nelson Piquet has said he does not expect forgiveness for his involvement in the fixing of last year's Singapore Grand Prix, as he admits he must now start his career from zero.
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FIA announces 19-race 2010 calendar
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FIA agrees to engine re-equalisation
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Contract dispute could see Button leave Brawn
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