MAY 12, 2005
BAR accepts court decision!
British American Racing Honda has issued a statement which says that it is now willing to accept the FIA decision of the FIA Court of Appeal after the scrutineering problems in Imola.
"Having investigated the matter fully, including making extensive enquiries of other teams, BAR Honda now accept that Formula 1 cars must always weigh more than 600kg when completely empty of fuel and that this applies even if the car's fuel system is such that some of the fuel in the car is unusable. Before making these enquiries it was the team's honest belief that fuel which could not be used during the race did not have to be removed before the car was weighed.
"On this basis BAR Honda accept the decision of the FIA Court of Appeal as fair in the circumstances and recognise that the judges in this, as in other cases, are fully independent, being lawyers and professional judges of high standing who give their service on a voluntary basis.
"BAR Honda want nothing more than to compete with other teams in the Formula 1 World Championship on an entirely fair and equal basis and look forward to rejoining the competition at the European Grand Prix."
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