The FIA’s hopes of putting 2019’s Ferrari fuel-flow controversy to rest continue to be under threat, with Mercedes boss Toto Wolff reported to be leading a protest against the handling of the situation.
Per an earlier story from motorsport-total.com, rival Formula 1 teams were blindsided by the FIA reaching a private settlement with Ferrari over the allegations it had been subverting the 100 kg/hour fuel-flow limit in the 2019 season.
Now f1-insider.com is reporting that Wolff has sent a letter to all non-Ferrari teams (i.e. not Ferrari, Haas, or Alfa Romeo) asking them to join forces in pressuring the FIA to publicise the details of its settlement with the Scuderia.
Whether the other six teams would agree to such a measure remains to be seen, but with potentially millions of dollars in prize money up for grabs, it would seem to be in their interest to do so.
In any case, this matter is clearly not resolved as the FIA and Ferrari think it is, and could carry on for some time to come yet.