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ty. not a bad idea dropping merc for 3 or 4 races. that would allow the others to get their 1000kms of experience with the new tyres, and even up the advantages.
wolff says that brawn will not be the scapegoat....does this mean that merc realise that they WILL need a scapegoat? but wolfs denial maybe a death sentence in disguise.
brawn had been hinting at retiral at end of year, so this could still well be on. as for merc? yes they could still pull out as shareholders are still unhappy. and Pirelli? I can see them dropping out as all their comments are critical of f1, and Michelin have been talking with relevant bodies.