Daniel Ricciardo finished sixth in Japan and workforce-mate Nico Hulkenberg was 10th
Renault have criticised their Japanese Grand Prix disqualification as “not proportionate” and “inconsistent”.
But the team will not charm versus the penalty for using a driver-assist program to steer clear of “investing additional time and energy in a sterile discussion”.
Renault’s brake-bias adjustment method contravened regulations dictating that the car should be pushed by yourself and unaided.
The workforce explained the penalty was “not proportionate to any benefit the motorists derived”.
They additional that the decision was “subjective” – but that they have been not captivating because they had “no new proof” to include to the scenario.
Renault had right up until 16:00 BST on Thursday to determine irrespective of whether to charm versus the disqualification of Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg from sixth and 10th locations at the race at Suzuka on 13 October.
Renault’s statement referenced the contradiction in the ruling by FIA, which claimed that the program complied with the specialized laws by “exploiting selected ambiguities” within them but contravened sporting polices outlawing driver aids.
The ruling hinged on the details of what officers described as “modern options” to modifying the brake bias – the stability of braking from front to rear – all-around a lap.
Renault mentioned they considered their disqualification from the race consequence was “inconsistent with former sanctions for identical breaches”.
It included: “However, since we have no new evidence to provide other than that currently created to exhibit the legality of our process, we do not would like to spend even further time and effort in a sterile discussion in front of the Intercontinental Courtroom of Attraction regarding the subjective appreciation, and hence sanction, linked to an help that lowers the driver workload with out boosting the efficiency of the auto.
“Formulation 1 will usually be an arena for the relentless look for for the slightest feasible chances for competitive benefit. It is what we have normally accomplished and will proceed to do, albeit with more robust inside processes just before progressive options are introduced on observe.”
The ruling was created on the grounds that Renault’s brake-bias adjustment technique “acts as a driver help by conserving the driver from having to make a quantity of adjustments throughout a lap”.
Brake bias is altered by motorists utilizing controls on the steering wheel.
Particulars of the procedure of the system have been not involved in the ruling due to the fact it contained Renault’s intellectual home and must stay “confidential in character simply because (the stewards) consider facts deserving of safety”.