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No further Ferrari penalty, team orders to be reviewed

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The FIA is to review the rules relating to team orders in Formula One racing after its World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) decided on Wednesday to impose no further sanction on Ferrari for their controversial one-two finish in July’s German Grand Prix.
Hockenheim stewards fined Ferrari US$100,000 for imposing team orders and bringing the sport into disrepute after Felipe Massa moved aside to let team mate Fernando Alonso win the race. 

Following a special hearing in Paris on Wednesday afternoon, the WMSC decided that decision should stand.


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Night-time practice and qualifying for Singapore

Formula One racings governing body, the FIA, has confirmed the night-time schedule for the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix. The inaugural Singapore event, which will be held on a new street circuit, will take place on September 28.
As well as the race, which will get underway at 2000 hours local time, the preceding qualifying session on Saturday and the second Friday practice will also take place after dark, with both sessions similarly due to begin at 2000.

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