The Court described some of Renault's pit lane procedures as "flawed" but said the decisions and actions in Hungary were "taken in good faith."
Good faith? You'll never see "good faith" in any of Mclaren's cases. I like what Mercedes' motorsport boss Norbert Haug had to say about it:
"It's good to see that a harsh punishment is sometimes reversed. I would like to know what that's like," he said jovially during a teleconference with German media.Incidentally, McLaren supported Renault at the FIA hearing and even submitted a letter of support together with 3 other teams.