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While Racing Point blasted a "bewildering" 15-point penalty and €400k fine, many F1 teams felt it had gotten away lightly with running illegal brake ducts. Rather than providing closure, the FIA's ruling instead presents questions aplenty
Over five months since Racing Point debuted its 2020 car and sparked controversy in the Formula 1 paddock, the FIA at last on Friday had its say on the debate.
The Racing Point RP20 - a.k.a the Pink Mercedes, a.k.a. the Tracing Point - was, per the stewards ruling, in part designed by Mercedes, with the FIA detailing a breach of the sporting regulations following a protest lodged by Renault.
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