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smboyce, thanks for the comnemt.I imagine like in most workplaces, BMW Sauber had a business as usual approach until the very last minute. BMW (the manufacturer)'s decision seems sudden, but my guess is that the BMW Sauber team was only aware of something distant before this week, but were issued with an ultimatum of sorts for the Hungarian GP? It's possible. I just think in the light of recent events, some of what BMW did at Hungary seems to make more sense. Of course, I could always be reading too much into it!