Or why disqualify them at all.
I mean if there is convincing evidence that the scheme has been extinct for years and even the FIA knew about it, it sounds like they want to either gaze at many extra races or now now not DSQ them from the Japanese GP.
I’m guessing this has something to develop with it being a violation of the wearing rules so the stewards of the Japanese GP made up our minds to DSQ them and that they don’t contain the authority to resolve for other races. This case retains getting stranger…
Provided that Article 27.1 literally is precise one sentence with out a definition of what is in reality appropriate as a driver lend a hand, I also don’t realize why Renault couldn’t deliver the resolution. The argument made within the article relating to energy deployment is imo a obliging one and there are other examples.
Anti-stall, engine maps, DRS closing robotically, Radio verbal change, vitality guidance, and potentially many extra.