At the risk of doing a repost, here something I just read: At the new review of the case by the FIA on September 13 new evidence will be presented. I always thought it is just a 2nd review of the same data, but according to Blick new facts have surfaced. The article doesn't explain what those are: http://www.blick.ch/sport/formel1/neue-beweise-in-spionage-affaere-70816 So there is a good chance that McLaren will finally get hit with a real penalty. Fingers crossed. PS: I'd prefer Ferrari winning the title on the track, but no penalties for McLaren after what they have done doesn't sound right either. BusinessF1 explained that actually 4 people at McLaren have at least briefly seen the documents. So the claim only Coughlan was involved is definitely false.