Message from discussion So what the hell happened, exactly?
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Subject: Re: So what the hell happened, exactly?
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On Tuesday, October 9, 2012 6:35:27 PM UTC+10, Bigbird wrote:
> CatharticF1 wrote:
> > Alessandro D. Petaccia <ale...@despammed.com> wrote in
> > news:firstname.lastname@example.org:
> > > q: what happened to McLaren being the best car?
> > Well the FIA did change the test which made the bendy (rotating) FW
> > illegal.
> > > What happened to RBR being probably second if not third best?
> > They maintain their race and particularly qualifying pace advantage
> > over Ferrari.
> The Ferrari has often had better race pace. That has been it's
I agree. After Japan that can't be disputed.