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I'm going to approach this from the POV of the impact it will have on those who aspire to be successful sportsmen, especially youngsters. This is a clear case of being given an instruction by your team manager and choosing to ignoring it, for your own benefit and the team's (potential) detriment. so a million German kids will now be thinking 'well my dad said Schumacher got away with cheating, and now SV is doing the same, I reckon I'll follow suit'. NOT a good example, and I couldn't give a sh*t whether he is the best driver in the world or not, a cheat's a cheat.