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The low speed theory for the alternator sounds like baloney. They state that both Valencia and Monza have low speed corners - unlike what? Monte Carlo? All tracks have low speed corners, more than either of those cited... keep looking. As far as all the harping about RBR cheating, in each case, the cars were inspected and found legal by current rules. In each case, the rules were subsequently clarified. There has been no protest made or cheat found. This is why there has been no case against RB or loss of points, period. The rest on this topic is just a load of bull of another type.

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