The Innovation Award for the Indian Government’s legislative action to improve vehicle safety was handed over to Nitin Gadkari today by Max Mosley, Chairman, Global NCAP.
Google and Mosley were embroiled in a dispute over images from a sadomasochistic orgy he took part in.
This week's US Grand Prix in Austin, Texas will have just nine teams on the track, the lowest number since 2005.
McLaren have lost a claim that a record 32 million pound fine the Formula One team paid after a 2007 spying controversy should be tax deductible.
The International Automobile Federation is conducting a study into the noise of the new power units, which critics have said is not loud or exciting enough.
A German court said Google must must block search results linking to images of an orgy involving ex-Formula One chief Max Mosley.
Former FIA President Max Mosley has reignited the debate on Ferrari team-orders a week ahead of the second race.
Max Mosley called on FIA members to stand firm against the FOTA.
Mosley and eight teams had been at loggerheads.
FIA plans to introduce an optional 40 million pound budget cap next season.
India will host a Formula One race for the first time in 2011.
FIA wants to stay clear of the situation involving its president.
McLaren were fined $100 million and stripped of all their 2007 constructors' points last year.
Before the Spanish GP all the 11 teams as well as 2008 entrant Prodrive had voted against the freeze on engine development.