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Renault's Japanese Grand Prix disqualification explained

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Oct 24, 2019, 1:32 PM

Renault has been thrown out of the results for the recent Japanese Grand Prix, following an FIA investigation prompted by a protest of its cars from rival team Racing Point.

While Renault was not found guilty of every issue in the protest, the FIA deemed its brake bias adjustment system was a driver aid, which makes it illegal under the sporting regulations.

But as this video explains, the case is not straightforward, and comes against a backdrop of a disappointing season for Renault on track.

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Series Formula 1
Event Japanese GP
Teams Renault F1 Team