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Ferrari may have got the idea of letting the No1 driver through from McLaren in the Hakkinen/Coulthard era. And 'tampering with the gearbox' was penalised in both cases, quite correctly.
In Austin, Alonso had already been 'morally promoted' by Grosjean's penalty, so it must be all his fault as he started it by getting Alonso moved to the dirty side.
Discussing morals in relation to F1 is being on very shaky ground. I mean, its never been a paragon of virtue since day 1.