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Is that an engine advantage or a chassis/aero advantage. Could it be the cars that they had more mechanical grip and could therefore run less wing on the oval that some other cars.
If the officals say that has equalised it, either they messed up, or they are corrupt.
But if the officals say it is legal, then you can't say they won with an illegal engine as it passed the tests/rules as laid down.
Its a bit like the Brawn, or later on the fancy Red-Bull. it met the rules but due to the whole package it had an advantage