I'll have to go with Mark here...
> So Mark,
> if it was your career on the line (or you had spent billions to win the
> WC), wouldn't like to know just what the little green button was for, and
> if it really was legal.
The spirit of the rules is that the green or any other button in the McLaren is
none of their bussiness. They should concntrate on their own car more...
> Suppose it's not and the FIA gives McLaren the boot. Write us a letter from
> Ron expaining the hows & whys!
If FIA would give McLaren the Boot, could you see any point in running F1
anymore?Who would provide the racing? Damon Hill? The Ferrari teammates?
Williams? The sport would die rapidly without development from the topteams and
none of these teams are disposable.
> Dale Erasmus
> JHB, South Africa
Besides Ferrari is on the way to crisis by the minute and protest. Whichever
comes first. Michael are turning down megamillions in favour of the sport, or
his championship goals.
Furthermore FIAT is already asking if this another build year towards the title
or if Luca and the boys has to show some results. Michael wants a winning car
and Ferrari is not delivering. They won't do any better in the FIA technical
court than they are doing on the track. Ask Gary Whiting.