Woking, We Have a Problem

The general feeling around the paddock seems to be that McLaren will be disqualified from this year’s championship. One of their employee’s, remember, has already been found guilty of holding technical data about the Ferrari. Things can only get worse. What I don’t understand, however, is how they draw the line between the constructor’s championship and the driver’s. Why should the driver be allowed to keep his points? Yes, perhaps they (or Lewis at least) had nothing to do with the spying, but they’re still driving a car acquired by that spying. If you disqualify the team, you have to disqualify the driver, don’t you?

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