Gerhard Berger wrote:Your attempt at saving face is rather hilarious! The FIA and members of the Ferrari team are not reliable sources now?
Hmmmmm. I hate to break this to you, but no information of the sort that you've provided comes from the FIA. It comes from what titbits the team throw out in interviews, so no, it's not reliable because the engine situation for each team is a obviously a sensitive competitive issue.
Put simply, that detailed list of what engines you think have been used at what races and practice sessions is total speculation on your part. You did attempt to provide a 'source' to 'save face
' for this a few pages back but all we can confirm is when a team has changed an engine, which gives us no idea at all about their engine situation.
All Fernando Alonso will confirm, rather tersely, for this weekend is that he is using one of his eight engines for Friday and another for Saturday and Sunday......