I wish Horner would shut up about power equalisation. He already has an engine which is more fuel efficient, has good cooling qualities so doesn't need enormous radiators and has good overall packaging requirements (Adrian Newey didn't want the Merc unit due to its overall envelope requirement) which give advantages over the other teams that cannot easily be sorted yet he also wants power parity.
Well, he's doing his job, which is to help the team win in any way possible.
Think about it, though. I believe "freezing" engines was meant as a way to save money (questionable reasoning, IMHO), NOT to lock in any one engine's advantage. I just can not accept the idea that the pinnacle of auto racing has "frozen" engines.
Is it acceptable that one team must start every season at a power disadvantage? Then that team better have Newey, or else they're hopeless (IMHO).
Enzo Ferrari was a great man. But he was not a good man. -- Phil Hill