By Alan Baldwin ISTANBUL, Aug 23 (Reuters) - Formula One's governing body dealt champions Renault a blow in their title battle with Ferrari on Wednesday after an appeal court outlawed a controversial damper device used by the team. The International Automobile Federation's independent court had met in Paris on Tuesday to hear the FIA's appeal against their own race stewards' decision to permit the use of the 'mass damper' system. "Having heard the explanations of both parties and ...
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