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westy. I suggest you read the story and other comments. fia have stated that Pirelli did not abide by the conditions, and further, the sporting code was breached.
other teams were previously asked, and Ferrari for one was know to have taken part, but they abided by the sporting code and used a two year old car. AND, they were not testing tyres that were to be used in the following race!
all teams complain about the lack of testing time, and if they felt that a tyre test would give them extra time, you can bet your bottom dollar that there would be a queue at Pirellis door!
merc knew they had a problem with their current car, and took a gamble that nobody would find out about what happened. they have been caught out and will have to face the consequences.