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Congratulations to Crash.net for not stirring this pot and showing some restraint. This is a contrived story fueled by inaccurate analysis and confusion from hysterical fans. If only some of the other fanatic outlets had held their water a moment and done their homework, in stead of forwarding the contrived controversy, this non-story would have died quickly. As it is, a lot of credibility was lost in this ridiculous firestorm, while Ferrari and Alonso have been made to look pathetic and poor sports by their own "supporting" press. They don't deserve that any more than Vettel deserved what was said about him.