Why Renault got its Valencia ban

Why Renault got its Valencia ban

AUTOSPORT investigates the severity of Renault's breach of the rules in Hungary ahead of the team's FIA Court of Appeal hearing in Paris where it will find out whether it will be allowed to contest the European Grand Prix next weekend

It's almost been lost amid all the recent focus on Ferrari, but on Monday Renault will enter an FIA Court of Appeal hearing in Paris in an attempt to ensure that its cars are able to compete in the European GP.

If the stewards' decision issued after the race in Hungary is upheld, then the one-race ban will go ahead and Fernando Alonso will be absent from one of the two races in his home country.

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