No I mean if you win a race with an illegal car, presumably you qualified with an illegal car. So wouldn't you get busted Saturday afternoon?
You have the fuel issue though in F1. Maybe not an illegal part on the car, but you to keep that liter or whatever extra in the car. What if you, as a team knew you used too much fuel? Then you tell your driver to bin it in a wall, or run off course and break a part (to remove more weight and thus make any argument about the car being underweight void).
Which brings up another question. What if a car loses a part of the car (like a winglet), and that takes the car below the minimum weight. Would that be a breach of rules? They didn't knowingly cheat and damage their car to cause the underweight issue, but their car was underweight. Would be much similar to Jimmie Johnson trashing his car in the post-race celebration.
Why didn't F1 hit both North America venues - Canada & USA - consecutively, a week apart or something ?
Scheduling issue or shipping the circus is cheap enough to not to worry about it?
Ever been to Texas in mid-June? Not the best place temperature wise. Does congest the schedule in the middle of the season though as well, and plus, next year we'll see the race in New Jersey (I'm going to call it Port Imperial out of the fact that it sounds better) come after or before (not locked down) the Canadian GP.
Edited by HaydenFan, 11 June 2013 - 00:13.