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Why is Ferrari's engine legality always being questioned?
Why is Ferrari's Formula 1 engine being scrutinised? How did Racing Point find out about Renault's brake bias system? Is Sebastian Vettel any good at car development? Our ex-F1 technical director answers these questions and more
What's your take on the teams questioning the Ferrari's engine legality? Why is the Ferrari power unit questioned so often while Mercedes' dominance goes without legal challenge?
Sasha Selipanov, via Facebook
This continuous innuendo about Ferrari and its power unit also annoys me.
Mercedes had without doubt the best power unit in 2014 and '15 and then Ferrari started to catch up, but Ferrari never really made much noise about it.
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