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Old 12th March 2010, 23:12   #1
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With the new teams being as slow as they are, I wouldn't be surprised if they fall victim to this rule. Unlikely to happen this season though since it needs a unanimous decision from all the teams to happen. On the other hand, it could happen next year.
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I am not in support of this rule for this season atleast. With in-season testing being banned, the only way to test the car's components will be on the track in the races.

Though I previously supported Ferrari's view on the Newbies, getting this rule in place would severely restrict the new teams' ability to improve. I am sure that provided the right amount of input, the newbies could be within 2seconds of the leaders by the start of next season.
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