This is probably the most unusual season of the sport, even considering those unorthodox events that Jastina had mentioned at the end of her article. Mercedes supply engines to Racing Point as they do at Williams too so it was perfectly acceptable to help out your customers with some parts of a Formula 1 car. This is down to some very clever reverse engineering by the team, using the ultra-fast 2019 Mercedes. I know some people in the industry might point me to the new regulations that say each team should construct those parts themselves. So let me give you a “what if”: you own a Formula 1 team yourself and last year you were legally using a quality part from a car that was streets ahead of the rest of the field.
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