December 2005
Motor;Dec2005, p117
The article presents news related to formula one racing. McLaren chief executive Ron Dennis has contributed several bottles of champagne to the Renault team post-race celebrations in Brazil. They were delivered by mechanics under strict orders from their boss to invade the Renault garage and shower whoever was wearing a blue uniform. There has been an embarrassing setback for the group of car manufacturers threatening to set up a breakaway F1 championship in 2008. On of the teams has swapped sides.


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