TD: What exactly happened at Monza?
Gary Carey: "The Italian authorities deemed the race to be a national event rather than an international event, not a cross-border one, and said that they were happy for it to go ahead as a branded race. But it was still in contravention of the EU legislation that was in place, and that was that. Philip Morris (Marlboro) at one stage intended to go branded, and Gallaher's just slipped up. They ran branded in the first session of practice and then changed.
"But to be honest there is just so much confusion around this whole thing, from the EU legislation and how it is dealt with locally. You've got the situation where the Germans are challenging that aspect of EU legislation, which should be interesting, and there are other countries who also agree that the race is a national event and say they are happy for us to brand. But we are going to fall into line with the bigger picture, which is the EU legislation."