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rob. no, they didnt have traction control. they modulated the engine WITHIN the existing rules. but after acertain team complained, as they hadnt thought of it first, the rules were rewritten. BIG difference. pitstop. you should really stop using the name of a young lady, and tarnishing her name! but what is wrong with wanting to save an engine? sensible precaution as the car was out of the points, and loss of alternator could have wrecked the entire engine! that is, inless you know different.

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