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Richard, I opined at that time that the cause of the accident was not due to a certain driver's lack of skill. Rather it was due to misplaced ideas on masculinity on another driver's part. Fortunately for that driver his boss did not support his petty antics and held him more responsible for the crash than you did. He suddenly realized that he would have his job on the line unless he got out of that funk. Guess what, he is a new man, Felipe is revived, and is even giving Fernando a bit of worry now. DeMonty told it like it is, not any fanboyerism and Felipe benefitted massively. Comment as you see fit.



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