My latest column for the Globe and Mail:
Formula One may be the pinnacle when it comes to auto racing, but its officiating continues to make it look like a bush league sport.
Time and time again, F1's governing Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) has dropped the ball when it comes to making and applying rules and Sunday's European Grand Prix only exposed further challenges to the sport's credibility.
That's the only conclusion that can be reached when the FIA allows a driver, McLaren's Lewis Hamilton, to get a clear benefit from breaking the rules.
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