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sunny. i do not usually disagree with you, but this time, alas i do. basically unless a rule specifically says that something can not be done, then it is legal, until the rule is adjusted to stop that thing being done, something that the rule makers had not anticipated. newey was one step ahead of them, and that is what f1 is about.
to use your roadside analogy, there might be a 70mph speed limit on all roads, but this does not mean that it is safe to drive at 70 down a twisty country lane. it is legal, until the speed limit is altered to say 30, a more acceptable limit. but again, it is legal to continually drive at 30 to get max time advantage on a journey. not saying its safe, but it is LEGAL. rbr are stretching the rules, but i say, great.