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@ Slick - 3 hundredths of a second is not "quashing" anyone. What does that work out to, a meter of difference? Given varying fuel loads and track conditions it is not possible to come to the conclussion that you have. Blaming the regulations when Lewis inevitably goes backwards tomorrow is wrong. I could understand if you blamed Merc though. If Lewis cannot manage his tires perhaps he needs to race in GP2 or Touring cars.