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I'm sorry but why does all this talk of drivers being linked with teams that have the same engine always come up. I don't think Ferrari or McLaren would care what engines a driver had in a previous team when they decide which driver they want to sign. Eg. Perez to McLaren, Alonso to Ferrari after having used Renault and Mercedes engines previously. Just because force India may switch to Ferrari engines will not mean that Bianchi will have a better chance of driving for ferrari one day, and neither will it mean hulkenburg will have a better chance of driving for McLaren or merc if sauber switch to merc engines.



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