Friday, 13 March 2015

Keltenborn could face imprisonment

(© Ben Johnston 2015)

The Sauber F1 Team could be in BIG trouble if a judge in the Victoria Supreme Court finds that the company were in contempt of court by not running Giedo Van Der Garde in one of their cars during Free Practice One on Friday morning in Australia after the team were ordered by the court to honour the Dutch driver’s contract.

It has now emerged that if the team are found in contempt of court the judge hearing the case has a number of options.

The court could decide to cease the teams equipment which would mean that they not be racing in Australia on Sunday or alternatively they could chose to sentence Sauber F1 Team Principal Monisha Keltenborn to a prison term or issue a fine to the team for not complying with the court order. 

© Ben Johnston 2015

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