Mr. Costa feels that just knowing Ferrari’s information is grounds for an unfair advantage. IF this is the case, which is probably true, then what does that say about Renault’s possession of information but not using it per se? Our man John has been rattling sabers on this very issue for some time and it has seemed to grow in light of McLaren’s apology letter.

Makes one wonder if the type of data Renault had was as mundane as some suggest.

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I thought Ferrari was going to let this go except in the courts (don’t forget to add sarcasm). I am as fed up with Mclian as anyone but just move on Luca, unless you have a device to erase things from people minds there is nothing else to be done.

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Ferrari won the McClaren Spy War so now they have to rub it in McClaren’s faces a bit more for good measure. I know I have said this before but I will say it again, I would be still a bit steamed at Ron Dennis not so much McClaren because he and Jean Todt had signed an agreement to settle technical issues between the teams. So Jean Todt learning after the signing of this agreement that Ron Dennis at the time of the signing of this agreement had not disclosed that Nigel Stepney was giving them insider information—that is just… Read more »