heh that was revealing wasnt it? inequities are fine if they serve to punish the leaders, help the losers, and disadvantage people aditya doesnt like?
I think thats not an ideal situation ;)
You guys live in an ideal world. Wasn´t creating inequities what the FIA was doing for years? What Ferrari was doing for years? What Ross Brawn was doing last year with the double diffuser and the meeting he had in 2008 with all the teams, when only Toyota and Williams were in on the line that the DDD was okay, whereas McLaren, Ferrari and other teams thought it was not legal?
Isn´t finding the competitive edge in whichever way and thereby creating an inequity the very nature of the sport, what with various tyre deals of Schumacher in the past, the wing car of Colin Chapman, the fan car of Brabham-Alfa and on and on and on?
So well done to Peter Sauber for being clever enough to give Nick Heidfeld the ride, and thereby getting potential information on the Pirelli tyres that are not available to all and sundry.
Sauber did nothing else than what Schumacher, Brawn, Todt, Briatore and others have done all along - and not always in the gentlemanly way of Peter Sauber.
So kudos to the underdog Sauber, even if he may not gain much advantage from it - it was well thought out and not illegal what he did.
Also I am sure that Michael will not gain any information from Nick, the relations between the two are not in such good stead that there is any chance of Nick passing information....