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Whose turn is it now? // Patrick Head airs his views on customer cars

Published by Christine

The customer car row continues to rattle onwards with no real leaning to one side or the other. Each team takes their turn to come out with some argument that usually goes: "They're wrong and we're right," and then we wait for the others to retaliate.

Latest news to emerge: Patrick Head, the director of engineering at Williams has said that those teams using a customer chassis should not be allowed to score championship points next year - on the constructor side of things.

This does make sense really, if you didn't build it, why should you get the points?

I have to wonder though, with it being Super Aguri and Toro Rosso mainly in the firing line for these allegations, is it really going to matter? How many points are they going to be getting? Really?