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It's a waiting game for gearbox openings. The following is all pure speculation, nobody could seriously expect that any honourable, honest and moral team could resort to such a tactic. If Fiat open Felipes gearbox and promote Alonso to 7th and the preferred side of the track then RB could open Marks and put Alonso back on the unclean side again. Then McLaren could open both gearboxes and put Vettel on pole. If Fiat don't open Felipes gearbox and hence leave him next to Vettel on the grid then I would be very worried we could have a first corner "accident". That, of course, would then leave Mark to ensure that Alonso doesn't finish higher than 4th.



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