What's the matter, your fragile narrative suddenly doesn't stand up, so you start crying that the mechanic has no name?
Not all sources are named due to possible repercussions against the source. I thought this was common knowledge? It would make even more sense if the source was still working in F1 at the time the article was written, which clearly is the case.
You can spin it in every way you like it. Good for you, that you believe everything, that´s in the newspapers.
Doesn´t change the fact, that a statement doesn´t proof anything, which was allegedly made by a anonymous person and which isn´t even noted as a statement, that was adressed to the author in person.
It´s quite telling, that you have no answer to a simple question of mine. Shall i repeat it? Do you have at least a somewhat plausible theory, why one can witness the Benettons rear-tyres spinning during the Imola race despite an alleged use of LC/TC?
Talk is cheap.
I think, we can stop discussing at this point, as i doubt anybody will convince the other guy.
You know, my world wouldn´t come to an end, if there would be clear evidence, that Benetton used a LC/TC. I admired MSC´s skills as a driver - and the same was true for Senna. But i never tried to deny/defend/talk down etc. that they had poor race ethics and that several of the notorious on-track incidents were done deliberately. So if the allegations actually turn out to be true someday, it would change very little for me - so i´m quite relaxed about that. Most of the drivers, i support(ed), are/were neither heros nor perfect (Alonso would be the next one...;) ) But in that case, i just don´t see it - resp. the details, which i have available as an outsider, lead me to the opposite assumption.
Edited by LiJu914, 08 November 2012 - 00:14.