Renault appeal begins in Paris

Renault's appeal against its suspension from the European Grand Prix began in Paris about an hour ago. The hearing is taking place inside the FIA's Salle du Comite (Committee Room) at 8 Place de la Concorde in the French capital, with a decision...

Renault's appeal against its suspension from the European Grand Prix began in Paris about an hour ago.

The hearing is taking place inside the FIA's Salle du Comite (Committee Room) at 8 Place de la Concorde in the French capital, with a decision not expected until Tuesday afternoon.

Present for Renault were technical bosses Bob Bell and Pat Symonds, with the FIA's technical delegate Charlie Whiting appearing for the sport's governing body.

Fernando Alonso, whose wheel fell off during the Hungarian Grand Prix thus triggering the sanction by the race stewards, is not in Paris.

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Series Formula 1
Drivers Fernando Alonso