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Yes Richard and Red Bull just decided to either remove or make modifications to their car out of good faith and love for fair racing.Also with your last statement if you are trying to insinuate that I am a Mclaren/Merc fan or a Lewis fan then I am sorry to disappoint you, you are dead wrong.If you had read my posts,you would have noticed that I had mentioned that I am not a Red Bull hater,just that I picked their example as they have been the top team for the past few years and courted controversy the most in the recent years for bending rules. Also I did mention that all teams cheat(and yes that includes Mercedes,Mclaren etc).My point is not that Merc didn't cheat or gain unfair advantage.My point is recent precedent from FIA has been to clarify the rules and move on.So why should it be any different now?Just because other teams couldn't 'push/bend the rules to the limit' this time and the top team is one of them?

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