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Just to correct you a little bit, Barrichello won his second race of the season, not third.

Happy for ruben's victory. Wow, now there's a guy that has seen it all. I remember him crashing and being severely injured the same weekend Ayrton Senna died. He was a complaicent #2 to Shummy for so long, proving along the way that he had the stuff to be #1. And now, in his twilight, still winning races and maybe helping his team win the contructor's championship. Probably the best team player the F1 has ever had.

It would appear that Renault may indeed be in serious trouble. Take a look at Pat Symonds' responses to the FIA Investigator's questions (see pages 3-6)


Both the Times of London: (http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/sport/formula_1/article6834557.ece0 and Autosport (http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/78647) are reporting, 24 hrs later, on the comprehensive transcript and analysis that I posted here yesterday re Transcript of Symonds incredible interview; The damming comparative Telemetry recordings of Alonso and Piquet cars and the FIA investigator’s overall assessments. So, your new site is ahead of the big boys.

Now, reports in Europe indicate that Pat Symonds has been granted immunity by the FIA. So two – of the - three key players are immune. The colourful Flav may be in some real trouble.

Further, the Times reported yesterday that in the Paddock at Monza there was a palpable buzz that the FIA possess some very incriminating evidence against Renault. Hmmm! Max is certainly whipping a few of the teams and team principals before he departs

Renault admits guilt in the race-fixing allegations. Further, both Briatore and Symonds have left the team. The evidence in the posted transcripts appeared conclusive hence, Renault capitulation is not surprising. This is a very sad development indeed. The blemish on the sport is immeasurable. For more details see:http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/78668

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