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I did wonder why Renault got involved and told them to stop the car? I didn't think they would get involved if it was just running low on fuel.
Can they fix the car in when it is in parc ferme conditions, or does it not matter now they have taken the penalty?
I was worried that the race tomorrow would be a bit hate-to-say-it boring, but this just the twist needed to help it go down to the last race in Brazil, (as long as Alonso can make the best of it!)
Honestly don't think it is going to change who wins the championship this year, BUT I would love it if it did.