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Yah, who knows maybe next years tires are so different from the current crop that actually trying to examine the data vs this year's tires data wouldnt be helpful at all (different sidewalls, compounds, construction, etc...).
Nobody can say whether or not Mercedes gained a SIGNIFICANT advantage, and the degree of which unless all the facts are known. Lewis probably gained the most from that test, because he could get more to grips with a suspension system his teammate has been using for years. But to say whether or not Mercedes now have gained a decisive tire advantage with out knowing what kind of tires they were on is foolish at best.