Formula One tells its spy story

Monday, 17 September 2007, 12:00 AM EST

A day after the world of Formula One was shocked by a $100 million fine over spying, the racing federation on Friday revealed some extraordinary details of the scandal.

In a 15-page account - including details from e-mails and cellphone text messages - the International Automobile Federation explained its punishment of the previous day against McLaren Mercedes. What came out was a tale of intrigue, and insight into the workings of the pinnacle of motor racing.

At the International Herald Tribune.

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