Reviews Aiba: Lawyer McLaren examines Olympic incidents 2016
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at McLaren open up for Daniel Ricciardo opportunities to get missions in other series such as the Indycars: His dream remains but Bathurst According to Daniel Ricciardo, there is a good chance that the Australian in the near future excursions into the indycar Series and to Bathurst could make. Ricciardo changed from Renault to McLaren before the current Formula 1 season and now has good connections in both series.
The AmateurBox World Association wants to investigate allegations for possible corruption and manipulation with fighting at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
In addition, the AIBA committed the renowned sports law to Richard McLaren. The Canadian was known by the 2016 McLaren Report named after him on the systematic state doping in Russia.
«Our team will carry out an independent examination on the questions relating to corruption or manipulation of sports results during the Olympic Games in Rio, which identify responsible persons and recommend the appropriate procedure," said McLaren. According to the AIBA announcement from Monday, the first results should be present at the end of August.
At the Olympic Boxing Tournament five years ago in Rio, there had been several controversial rectangular decisions. The International Olympic Committee had suspended the AIBA in May 2019 due to leadership problems, financial mismanagement and a controversial prospective agency and excluded from Olympia and the qualification for Tokyo. Since then, a task force of the IOC has organized the Boxer Olympic program.
Montoya: Seidl the key factor for the McLaren upswing .
© Lat Juan Pablo Montoya and McLaren press spokesman Tim Bamton The former Formula 1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya is convinced that team boss Andreas Seidl is one of the key factors for the current Upswing of McLaren is. Seidl is "the big matter there", says Montoya in an interview with 'Motorsport.TV' . "Since he started at McLaren , he has wrestled the mentality of the team and how they tackle things," explains the Motorsport Network expert and underlines: "You now have a really healthy base." M