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mr fill. Mercedes should not even have had to check any codes/rule books etc. they are supposed to be professionals. if they believed that they had the right to test, why didn't they do this before? after all, their car has certainly needed testing well before now.
re lauda, he didn't turn up as he has already admitted that he knew nothing of the test before it was actual on. imagine standing up in "court" and admitting that your own employees did not even consult their boss, before exposing their employer to serious repercussions.