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I don't necessarily agree that money should just be thrown at F1 and testing just for the sake of it, like Toyota used to do without results. But I certainly agree that with the limited testing regulations, the core technical/development strengths of certain teams (and drivers like Alonso) have been hampered, ie in terms of finding the necessary improvements for their package. So, if the engineers do not hit the ground running on day 1, then the team is pretty much snookered for the rest of the season, 20 races or not.