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Ugh - nothing damages F1's reputation like the continuing Ferrari International Assistance debacle. 15 thousand Euros? For systematic cheating and having a cheat switch hardwired into your car so you can cheat at will?
I know that every team plays to its strengths, so the British play to innovation, the Germans play to discipline, and the Italians play to corruption, and everybody is getting good mileage out of their own speciality. But really, for the boss of Ferrari to start talking about the correct application of the rules is laughable. He should just quietly continue with his backhanders and stop giving everybody grief.