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This I hate to say is the legacy Max Mosley has left Formula 1. His desire to make F1 cheaper, and therefore more accessible to smaller teams, was born purely out of his need to try to gain the upper hand and more control over the manufacturer based teams. Also, his incessant interference over the technical regulations of this sport was him trying to manipulate results by giving his chosen teams unfair advantages. Banning the Renault mass dampers whilst everyone else were trying to develop their own was only to take away the technical advantage Renault had found. The double diffuser fiasco where only 3 or 4 teams were given the green light to incorporate it into their cars after other teams were given ambiguous clarification over the issue can now be seen in hindsight as an absolute certainty Max was pandering to Honda, Toyota and trying to give Williams an early season advantage over the Big 3. Max was clearly trying to keep Honda and Toyota in F1 after they had both threatened to