The focus of Formula 1 today will be on Paris, where the recent kerfuffle over tyre testing should be sorted out. The International Tribunal will hear the case. This is a new body, designed to make decisions about FIA activities without being influenced by the federation itself. It is chaired by Edwin Glasgow, CBE, QC.

He is a man with extensive experience in commercial and general litigation, as counsel, arbitrator and mediator. With more than 40 years in the law, he holds a number of eminent positions, including being involved with the International Chamber of Commerce, the London Court of International Arbitration, the Premier League Disciplinary Panel, the Rugby Football Union Disciplinary Panel and the Sports Dispute Resolution Panel.

Glasgow will preside over the hearing with assistance from Monaco’s Laurent Anselmi, America’s Chris Harris, Switzerland's Patrick Raedersdorf and Britain’s Tony Scott-Andrews.