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It is ludicrous that the FIA have given permission to test IN the 2013 season and now say it MIGHT not have been legal. The FIA must know what there own rules are! I also can't believe that no one knew about it... with communication the way it is these days ALL teams must have known: at the latest when the first laps at Barcelona were under way. So why did they stay quiet? In was a 3 day test and don't tell me that no one got on the phone to ring around. Ross knows how strict the test ban rules are and he would not have done it unless he really thought he had backing from the FIA. It smacks of a set up! The whole point is, Pirelli tyres are mega rubbish this year and need serious testing with current cars, NOW, before the whole season becomes a joke. So less of this high and mighty is it legal or not stuff - get the whole lot of them together, go testing until we get some tyres ALL teams can RACE on so that we can see some proper races!