News Källenius intervenes: Mercedes no longer against "Ferrarigate"

14:15  17 march  2020
14:15  17 march  2020 Source:   de.motorsport.com

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Mercedes breaks out of the protest front of the seven (now only six) Formula 1 teams and accepts the FIA ​​Ferrari deal in the fraud affair as it is

Unexpected turn in the resistance of seven teams in the "Ferrarigate" affair: Of all people Mercedes, previously the lead in the criticism of the "cow trade" between the world automobile association FIA and Ferrari, leaves the front of the seven Teams out and let the matter rest.

According to information from 'motorsport.com', a conversation between Ferrari President John Elkann and Daimler CEO Ola Källenius took place before the planned start of the season in Australia. It is said that the two have agreed to stop Mercedes' protest efforts in order not to cause any further damage to Formula 1.

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Källenius, in turn, instructed team boss Toto Wolff to respect the agreement at a higher level and to withdraw from the protest against the FIA ​​Ferrari deal. Before that, Wolff had been the driving force behind the writing of the seven teams to the FIA ​​.

According to information from 'F1-Insider.com' , Red Bull now intends to take the lead in the matter of Mercedes so that the matter does not fall asleep completely.

The now only six teams are known to want more transparency around the FIA ​​Ferrari deal and a) disclosure of the content of the deal and b) how Ferrari did its drivetrain.

With images from LAT.

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© Motorsport Images This is a legal variant: This area (see arrow) is about The Formula 1 season 2020 has not even started, there is between the first legal disputes for the teams. While things continue to simmer around "Ferrarigate" because the FIA ​​has not signaled any turnaround in its response to the seven non-Ferrari teams, the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne threatens this weekend ( Formula 1 2020 live in the ticker! ) the next affair.

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