March 17, 2007
They are not saying that Toro Rosso or SuperAguri are involved, however, so the old 'grain-of-salt' rule should be applied at the moment. I'm sure we'll hear more about this tonight.
UPDATE: Planet-F1.com, on the other hand, says the protest is against SuperAguri, not RedBull or Toro Rosso. So who knows what's going on?
In other news, Generalissimo Francisco Franco is still dead.
STILL ANOTHER UPDATE: Formula1.com is saying that the protest was against all three teams. Spyker officials took the protest to the race stewards, who (correctly) refused to rule on the matter. In effect, they said that it was 'above their paygrade,' and needs to be dealt with via FIA arbtration, since it deals directly with the laws put down by the Concorde Agreement that governs F1. That means that there's NO chance it'll affect the race, unless Spyker withdraws in a fit of spite.
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