The seven teams who refused to race in the US Grand Prix this weekend have all been charged by the sport’s governing body the FIA. The FIA charges the teams with bringing the Formula One into disrepute.
All seven teams now face a hearing before the FIA on the 29th of June. The teams withdrew from the race following a Michelin tyre mix-up and the FIA’s refusal to build a chicane on a particularly dangerous corner.
Just three teams competed in Sunday’s race, which marked the first win of the season for current world champion Michael Schumacher.