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As Whitmarsh says we 've been in this situation before, why? one might reasonably ask. I would have thought that they need to have a serious look at how they do things wrong so often and how often the others get it right. There's no doubt they can develop a car to be fast but getting it right in the first place and keeping it there seems to be beyond them. I can see Ron Dennis waking from a long slumber and kicking **** big time unless there is a rapid change of fortunes.