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Posted by: AlanJones
Date: 14/03/2019 06:13
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The hell is this? Surely these idiots from the missed apex are wrong. From reddit:
"Missed Apex were reporting that Williams were going to the other teams for parts for the second car."

"Yeah they mentioned that apparently the Strolls are playing hardball for money to close out Lance's contract and some of the Kubica money might not be as available as they were planning going into the season - net result being they have a cashflow problem. Spanners didnt really give any sources other than saying they had been talking to some people in and around the paddock though, as you might expect."

Ask yourself the following question: what parts are interchangeable between cars?
Answer: apart from the engine mechanics: none

Maybe it wasn't parts? How do you classify raw material that is common among teams?

Money

Definitely but I was thinking along these lines

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Carbon fibre is most commonly used in the bodywork of an F1 car and also the air box, the wings, the engine cover, steering wheel and in the suspension.

*wink*

Sooo, Williams doesn't have enough money to buy Carbon Fibre? That sounds silly.

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