F1 governing body rejects team vote on engines freeze

Posted: May 16, 2006 by Neeraj in Engines, External, FIA, Formula-One

As reported on Reuters

Formula One’s governing body has rejected a vote by a majority of the teams entered in the 2008 championship who want to scrap a controversial ‘freeze’ on engine development.

A meeting of Formula One’s sporting working group, with representatives of all 11 current teams as well as 2008 entrant Prodrive, voted against engine homologation (the so-called freeze) at a meeting before Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix.

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