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@Mark. Without the German fiasco, Massa would have 92 points and Alonso 116 points. That's only 24 points difference. And with 200 points still on the table, that ain't much of a difference. 1 race and Massa could have been leading Alonso. So yes I think it was way too early for teamorders. Let's say next 8 races Massa will give his wins away to Alonso, for what is the drivers title worth? When 1 wins it with fighting and overtaking and other will get his win by team orders? And isn't GP win worth nothing nowadays, that you just give it away? It should be something special, but Ferrari make it look like it's worth nothing. And all the lying in the press conference...just makes me sick.



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