Like they say, if you're not spying you're not trying. Renault is in hot water over apparently possessing some of McLaren's information (just layout, dimensions, fueling system data, gear assembly, suspension components and hydraulics) and will have to appear in front of the FIA next month. This is just a couple of months after McLaren was busted for having secret Ferrari technical data. The result of that was a possible $100 million fine and a disqualification in the constructor's championship. I wonder who is stealing Renault's data... [ITV-F1]
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