Fernando Alonso has admitted he would have no problem if rival teams like McLaren and Red Bull continue to have disputes. Earlier this season, Red Bull's Christian Horner questioned the legality of McLaren's F-duct system, but Martin Whitmarsh...
Earlier this season, Red Bull's Christian Horner questioned the legality of McLaren's F-duct system, but Martin Whitmarsh returned the favour in Melbourne last week by suggesting the RB6 features an illegal ride-height adjustor.
"It is true that all of these things can only be good for our team," Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, who is leading the world championship from his teammate Felipe Massa, is quoted as saying by La Stampa.
However, it should also be noted that paddock rumours in Malaysia indicate that the F10 car is also somehow regulating the ride-height between qualifying and the races.
But Alonso said he is not particularly worried about the legality of any cars.
"Normally everything on the cars is legal, otherwise it is dealt with very quickly by the Federation," the Spaniard is quoted as saying by Italy's Tuttosport.