2014 technical regulations for F1® racing have affected the competitive balance between factory and customer teams
Published 01 July 2014 By: Charles Maurice
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- Tags: 2014 Formula One Sporting Regulations | 2014 Formula One Technical Regulations | Competition Law | Contract Law | Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) | Formula 1 | Governance | Regulation
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Charlie is a senior associate at Stevens & Bolton LLP and specialises in the sports, media and entertainment sectors. Charlie advises on a wide range of sporting issues and has particular experience in the motor racing and football industries.