Constructorial Angst: Spyker Weighs in on Independently-Sourced F1 Cars

The men in orange have joined the chorus against Super Aguri and Toro Rosso scoring constructors' points for using chassis sourced from Honda and Red Bull. In some ways, from a small team like Spyker, the point of view is understandable. Why should other teams be able to buy derivative chassis when they've committed to building their own? From the POV of a company like Honda, it spreads development costs. And from other small teams' perspective, why should they bother developing a chassis when they can buy one? Ze wicket. It ees sticky, bro-hams, but the Dutch certainly prefer it with odd combinations of vowels.

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