Force India believe F1’s new Strategy Group illegal, unethical and undemocratic

Formula 1’s new Strategy Group is set to meet for the first time on Monday, but Force India’s deputy team principal Bob Fernley believes it might be illegal.

As part of the new Concorde Agreement, the group will replace the sporting and technical working groups which were made up of representatives from all 11 teams and key members from the FIA and FOM.

However the new Strategy Group does away with that and consists of 18 voting members. Of those, click here for more