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When you put together such an orchestrated media response, perform all of the above steps, and get away with it - you have to wonder how much of a bumbling and ineffectual body the FIA is against manufactures - too much money in too many pockets.
There is no doubt, that any reasonable person could ever consider the attempt by Mercedes as anything but intentionally deceptive - how hard is it to know that the past Pirelli test invite is not in the same ballpark as the a conversation about testing the current 2013 car would require all team members invited.
Mercedes is a powerful, how much power they might wield over F1 is beginning to become terrifyingly clear.
Charley Whiting and Ross Brawn... If i was a betting man, I'd say that Charley is the man that should have the most heat applied to dig up answers. Be interesting to see what other contact those had just prior to the emails. Maybe Ross knew something about Ferrari too, and that Charley was involved there... Perhaps