According to Autosport, Ralf Schumacher thinks the relibaility of the Toyota will help him score points in Malaysia. Has he overlooked the fact that only Minardi posted a mechanical retirement in Melbourne? Being charitable, perhaps he’s just banking on a lot of engine failures as they are required to two full distances for the first time ever.
Sticking with Toyota, F1Central and BBC News report that they have had a dig at arch-rivals Honda for retiring both cars at Australia to allow them to change their engines. “Exploitation of such grey areas is against our understanding of racing,” complained Toyota’s engine boos Luca Marmorini. He and Michael Schumacher could have a fascinating chat together sometime.
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