2014 – Spirit of the rules

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    Prisoner Monkeys

    Ordinarily, I would agree that the intention of the law is subjective. But in the case of the OTBD ban, the FIA publicised their intentions for nearly a year in advance, and it was quite obvious that Red Bull were trying to recapture the effects that the FIA wanted banned.

    In that case, if the only excuse you have is “but it is within the letter of the rules”, then as far as I am concerned, that is no excuse.



    @Prisoner Monkeys

    Of course Red Bull would try to recaputure that effect on the car! When in 1988 they banned turbo’s didn’t all teams say “what can we do to be as fast as the turbo’s again??”

    Honest opinion- do you think RBR are cheats or just go too far?? And would The Horse, Lotus or McLaren do it different??

    Newey is the best for a reason!

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