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elijah

May 26, 2013 9:14 PM

F1 » FIA to rule on Mercedes tyre test


All the telemetry gained and information gleaned from the Barcelona test must be given to the FIA, but who knows how much copies of this they have and surely it has already gone into car development and so will advantage them for the rest of the season. Why did Ross Brawn and the rest of his team drivers technicians, everyone in the paddock suddenly acquire amnesia over the two-year car rule. It's sad to say this but Mercedes have to be given a points penalty but even then they will still be in a better position than they were before the Barcelona tests. Ross Brawn simply can't be allowed to get away scot-free with this.

elijah

May 26, 2013 1:09 PM
Last Edited 831 days ago

F1 » Mercedes tyre test angers rivals


Richard,your taken your thoughts to the extreme with the Mercedes pull-out idea. What I find galling about all this is the way rules can be redefined rewritten or whatever at will. Up till now Pirelli tyre testing has been with and out of season car. It started with Heidfeld in the two-year-old car and now Pirelli are using current drivers in this year's car. F1 is a cynics breeding ground with seemingly no end to the controversies.


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