Where did you see this suggested? Where was it written that Ferrari was breaking the rules and got a warning to revert it before getting a penalty? Or is it just speculation from you?Webber2011 wrote: ↑Wed Jun 13, 2018 1:37 pm
What a terribly rude reply to a post that made quite a deal of sense.
You need to get off the "coffee" and calm down a bit
All I saw suggested was that maybe, (as in the past with Red Bull), those from above gave Ferarri a chance to conform BEFORE breaking a rule
Is it not possible that was exactly what happened ?
Seems to be backed up quite well with a precedent ?
What I thought it said was that they were required to change settings back and forth to be scrutinised. This doesn't seem to me like that time mercedes was caught with lower tyre pressure than minimum but had a pass because it was just a little bellow. Seems to me like they were told to change settings while FIA analysed the data like some sort of test that should be done outside race conditions.
I think it is terribly wrong to do it mid race but then again I can understand why they would do it cause maybe they were afraid that the Ferrari was complying with the scrutiny while being in test conditions and then cheating on race conditions, a little bit like the VW emissions scandal.