I'm confused here, it's not ok for MS to get "insider information" (in fact you "fear it") but it's ok for Peter Sauber to get "insider information"?
So what you're saying that it's ok for one team/person to have an advantage but not another team/person even though you request a "plain playing field in 2011"?
Seriously I'm confused, could you make your biased contradictions clearer for us English speakers please?
It is quite simple, Peter Sauber is certainly the underdog. And all that I have learned from you English speakers is that you have always a special spot in your heart for the underdog. Or is that only the American English speakers?
Michael Schumacher to me is not the underdog, and what you read from my lines is my fear that he might start another era of domination at the mature age of 42, if and when he gets tyres manufactured to his special needs.
So yes, you see me partial here - I wish some boost to Peter Sauber so he and his team can survive. I don´t wish Michael Schumacher such a special boost, lest we have another 2000 - 2004 coming our way. You may like another era of Schumacher domination, to me F1 was utterly boring in the years 2000 - 2004. A "plain playing field" is certainly not what those years were about, whereas, if the Sauber team gets a little better (or even is able to survive) in 2011 it means to me no distortion to a level starting grid.
Edited by aditya-now, 24 September 2010 - 11:52.