Renault critical of Japanese GP disqualification

Renault have criticised their Japanese Grand Prix disqualification as “not proportionate” and “inconsistent”.
Renault said they believed their disqualification from the race result was “inconsistent with previous sanctions for similar breaches”.
The ruling was made on the grounds that Renault’s brake-bias adjustment system “acts as a driver aid by saving the driver from having to make a number of adjustments during a lap”.
Details of the operation of the system were not included in the ruling because it contained Renault’s intellectual property and should remain “confidential in nature because (the stewards) evaluate data worthy of protection”.

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