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The big issue is that there is a huge gap between cars. Heikki Kovalainen did drive well these past two years, but caterham is not a redbull. Big teams can spend big money, have fancy wind tunnels, buy talented and expert technicians. Others can't. Good drivers are ditched for others less good but more sponsored, as Klien said. So is it far to race when such a car disparity exist? Artificial stuff is not funny, but broadening the things teams can work on, especially things bought as units, give lesser teams a chance to be good by taking, or guessing, the right moves. Cause Maldonado was very fast and Williams won with a good car, not because the race went crazy. They were fast all weekend. Had one chance, they took it. So did Perez. This year many driver had a chance and drove great. And deserved victory. A few years ago all they could have done would have been a 9th place. With the help of a few engines going on fire. If you take off things money only will make the difference. So any