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Everyone is missing the point, how have Ferrari manipulated F1 so that Alonso/Massa have a weight advantage over other drivers? How have Ferrari monopolised a F1-style of racing by saying "race Ferrari's only" to effectively advance the sales of their target market? How have Ferrari changed the rules to get a young apprentice into the premier class when other teams attempt to do the same thing unsuccessfully? The only similarity I can see is when Ferrari threatened to pull out of F1 (or maybe they did some years ago? Can't remember) only for other manufacturers to turn round and say "so what?! We might have a chance of winning if they did". I sense a case of bitter pills from Nakamoto2 who was clearly out of his depth in F1.



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