Appeals lodged by the Royal Automobile Club of Great Britain - RAC Motor Sports Association on behalf of its licence-holder West McLaren Mercedes and by the FIA against decision N° 3 of the Stewards of the Meeting taken on 23 August 1997 (Event: 1997 Belgian Grand Prix Spa-Francorchamps, held on 24.08.97).
Appeal lodged by the Automobile Club of Italy - Commissione Sportiva Automobilistica Italiana on behalf of its licence holder Draco Engineering against the Decision handed down by the Stewards of the Meeting on 25 October 1997 whereby the competitor Draco was excluded from the F3000 International Championship event run at Jerez de la Frontera (Spain) on 25.10.97.
International Appeal lodged by the Royal Automobile Club - RAC Motor Sport Association of Great Britain on behalf of its Licence Holder/Competitor Super Nova Racing Ltd. Against the decision taken on 12 October 1996 by the Panel of Stewards of the Meeting at the Grand Prix of Hockenheim (11-12 October 1996) concerning the 1996 classification for the F3000 International Championship and the fine of $ 50,000 imposed on the competitor Super Nova Racing Ltd.
RAC Motor Sports Association Limited on behalf of its licence holders/competitors Williams Grand Prix Engineering Ltd and Benetton Formula Ltd, against on the one hand the decisions handed down by the Stewards of the Meeting on 26 March 1995 wherein a $30,000 fine was imposed on each of the competitors Benetton and Williams following the technical checks carried out at the end of practice and on the other hand the decisions handed down by the Stewards of the Meeting on the same day wherein Cars N°1 and N°6 were excluded from the classification of the 1995 Brazilian Grand Prix following the technical checks carried out after the FIA Formula One Grand Prix run at Interlagos on 26 March 1995.
Oberste Nationale Sportkommission für den Automobisport in Deutschland (ONS) for the driver Michael Schumacher, against the decision of the World Motor Sport Council of the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile dated 26 July 1994 having decided to suspend the driver Schumacher for the two Grands Prix following the British Grand Prix and to exclude him from the classification of that Grand Prix for non-observation of the black flag during that Grand Prix.
Commissione Sportiva Automobilistica Italiana (CSAI) of the Automobile Club of Italy on behalf of their licence-holder/competitor Team Minardi Spa, against the decision made on 11 November 1994 by the Stewards of the Meeting of the FIA F1 Australian Grand Prix held in Adelaide on 13 November 1994.