The Crash saga is winding up.
The FIA has leaked letters regarding the case and Max Mosley has said that they will investigate how that happens, but I'm sure they will never find the truth of that.
FOTA today express concern at the leakage of information, which may or may not be relevant to the FIA current enquiry into the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix.
FOTA states that all parties to the dispute should have the right to a fair hearing carried out in private and not in the public arena, which is producing adverse publicity damaging to the corporate image and credibility of Formula One.
FOTA believes that differences within the sport should be handled in a professional manner and condemns the habit of intentionally releasing confidential documents to influence public opinion. Confidential documents should remain under the control of the competent authority.
It is well known that Max Mosley is a man that takes things very personal, and this case has already shown that he is willing to go all the way.
The governing body's president Max Mosley said earlier this week, that Piquet had been granted immunity from being punished over the affair.
It's sending a signal that he will be given all the power to help Max in his hunt to destroy Flavio and Renault and also that Max Mosley has already made up his mind.
The Piquet family has a history of starting ridiculous roamers, as Piquet's father did back when racing the great Ayrton Senna. Saying that he was gay in a attempt to damage his image.
Now the young Piquet failed to pick up his game and got fired.
Piquet has a record in crashing his car so there is nothing new in that.
It's also a easy claim to state that he did it on purpose.
Think Renault should bring all the telemetric from all his crashes and compare it to this crash, it will undoubted tell the same story. The kid has a lack in car control.
Renault has stated that they will start legal actions against Nelson Piquet and his father. In the light that the FIA will give Piquet immunity, Renault has no other option.
The real looser in this power game has to be Formula 1. The sad thing is that it looks to be a story that even Bernie Ecclestone likes.