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From the FIA International Tribunal as reported by ESPN:
"Mercedes said the reason it ran its race drivers was due to the short notice of the test - with Pirelli "delighted to have drivers of that calibre" - but apologised for running anonymous helmets as it makes it look suspicious. "
Also a good one here...
"Harris admitted that more transparency would have been good, but "in the world of Formula One, that transparency is not the norm." He said that Mercedes "acted in good faith throughout, conducting a test to the benefit of all Formula One participants." "
Benefit of all F1 participants? Ha! All they need now is to use the "it's for the children..." defense.