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Yes agreed that it helps to read before handling judgement/s but the reading will be contaminated, the mind/brains will be preconditioned before the reading has started if and when the mind/brain is prejudiced.
If one goes as far as to say (this is a storm in a tea cup) if the tribunal judgement will be (a slap on the wrist) or a (big penalty) the things learned by those involved at the expense of all the others cannot be unlearned, it has to be remembered that any running a team will do will always be beneficial, that the test was equivalent to three GP’S, that means Mercedes have up to now clocked one thousand kilometres more testing than others with the current car, that Mercedes came up with modifications to their suspension, brake ducts, and exhaust gasses path after the testing.
Even if Pirelli will not be able to force upon teams the use of the new Kevlar constructed tyre at Silverstone (most likely they will not) and forgetting about the gains Mercedes done by using this tyre