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Rules,Rules,Rules... I don't particularly favour ferrari (or Alonso for that matter) but then again not a fan of vettel.But rules are rules in motor racing. I think we can all agree on that. Ferrari don't have to demand an investigation, it's already in the lap of the officials. Alonso may be pushing this but I think it will look bad for him if he does - It will "cheapen" Alonso's championship year if it goes his way, because he has shown some brilliance this year dragging a sub-standard F1 car to where it is