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Why do Ferrari support the FIA's engine freeze rule for 2008-2010 unlike most other teams? What's in it for them apart from being buddy-buddy with MM and the FIA? Are they actually trying to SAVE development money (Ferrari/FIAT has long been struggling financially)? Or are they so convinced of having an edge in the engine department for 2008 and want to preserve it? Or just the opposite: freezing the engine would divert development mainly to aero, etc., - maybe Ferrari believe they have an advantage there?
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Post by bud »

most likely the fact they make solid all round engines would be behind their favouritism to the engine rule. thems the rules says Todt haha when it suits him