In said event, the Commissioners considered the protest admissible, which is directed to the front and rear brake duct. There, the representative of the FIA Technical Department has sealed and confiscated the relevant parts of cars 11 and 18, to prepare a detailed analysis of the parts in question.
The commissioners confirmed that this procedure was not performed for this Hungarian GP, since the ducts and all the material were the same as the last Styrian GP. Furthermore, Renault’s protest is exactly the same.
The investigation is still in progress and there is no date for its outcome, although it should be before the next British GP in two weeks, as the results for Styria and Hungary are not yet official.
Following today’s race in Budapest, Renault said: “We confirm that we have sent a request to the Grand Prix stewards to clarify the legality of the Racing Point RP20. We will not comment on this matter until the stewards make a decision,” short message from the French team.