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Good question Richard, how does 1000kms extra testing effect the engine allocation?
Also, looking at how the events unfolded & the reaction of RBR, Ferrari & many fans within hours of finding out about the test ... one has to assume that a concerted effort must have been made by Mercedes & Pirelli to keep the test very secret.
If they hadn't, surely someone would have found out about it much sooner & we would have had this storm days ago.
In this day of social media, how did it transpire that this didnt leak from anywhere for so long. Surely a track worker, or paramedic required to be at the circuit during the test would have tweeted or posted something that should have gone viral fast.