The Wolff couple has been in the sights of the FIA and the specialist press since the beginning of the week when the on Tuesday evening, it was announced that an investigation was being carried out by the FIA’s compliance department, which is about their faces. THE Susie and the This is Wolff was accused of exchange confidential information and conflict of interestswhich both flatly denied.
The saga took another turn, when the nine groups of the grid – except her Mercedeswho had already made her own statements – made it known through their social media, that support Susie Wolffas its director F1 Academyand that no team principal or other member of any team requested that the matter be investigatedas originally announced.
Now, the FIA stated that the relevant checks completedwith the findings to satisfy the governing body. In more detail:
“The FIA confirms that there is no ongoing investigation into ethical or disciplinary matters against any individual.
“The FIA is satisfied that the FOM management’s compliance system is robust enough to prevent any unauthorized disclosure of confidential information.
“As the regulatory authority, the FIA has a duty to maintain the integrity of global motorsport. The FIA reaffirms its commitment to honesty and fairness.”
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