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Horner and Newey openly admit that the technical rules are fair game to exploitation, and that success in F1 comes from "creative interpretations" and that it is best to first solicit FIA feedback as to whether the interpretation will pass scrutiny. some do, some do not.
Ferrari has chosen to "interpret" different rules, and they were within their rights to do so. However, as long as Red Bull is pushing the technical envelope and Ferrari is pushing only other rules, Red Bull will continue to dominate since Ferrari is in constant catch up mode.
Which I don't really mind because I quite dislike Luca who can never comment on anything without berating someone else. But I do feel for Fernando.