Highly-sensitive documents that disclosed secret information about the inner workings of the technical strategies adopted by rival Formula One (F1) teams were exposed for all to see on the internet. Over the past few months F1 motor racing has been racked by controversy surrounding revelations that the McLaren team had been …
This should be retitled
"El Reg spoils fun of F1 fans"
Seriously, how often do we get a chance to see what the megalomaniac team principals are REALLY thinking / doing? :(
Of course, following our conversation, the document was edited with the secret information removed. ®
SpoilSports.. Now you made me go looking for it !!
Should be interesting with 22 Ferraris on the grid.
Never could trust those cry baby Brits...
Damn, curse ye!
I wanna bling up me corsa wid dat wikkid nfo innit.
i think the least the Reg can do is make a copy of the unedited version available for us all to read
where can we get a copy ??
Anyone know where can get a copy of the uncensored version ??.
Can be found alive and well here:
It's really quite dull folks!
Also, this was removed well before El Reg had anything to do with it, or at least well before El Reg was reporting it...
Where to find it
Perhaps a Google for wmsc-transcript-13-09-2007.pdf will bring up results?
Not deleted yet...
Well it still seems to be here:
You guys sux ....!
I have been reading El Reg for 7 years and never posted before - but couldn't you have mirrored the PDF?? Exclusive my b*******ks :o(
The reg provides answer to questions
I asked a question of how much the chief engineer gets paid at maclaren as he couldn't afford his own photocopier in an earlier article. Thanks to the reg (and the annonymous poster above) I now know. Thanks.
I've got this valve
......and I honestly don't know where I should put it.
If only there was some form of document out there giving me a clue as to the best way to use it.
Something delayed, but then gradual...
Of course you realise...
... now *all* F1 teams will be reading Ferrari's secrets, so they'll all be stripped of their Championship points, thus *guaranteeing* Ferrari another win!
FIA: Ferrari International Assistance.
Oh, someone needs Freud: http://autoinsight.blogosfere.it/2007/09/fia-si-stenda-sul-lettino-di-freud.html
Press F1 for help!
Vulture on a leash?
Very disapointed in el reg.
I recall the same thing happened in the gary mckinnon case when all the IP's of US military establishments were published... El reg Linked to that. Somehow F1 should be more secure in El Reg's eyes?? it is in the public domain so link to it!
In case you missed it its here:
FIA Just Really Like Red
It's almost as if Ferrari leaked this technical information themselves so that they might later lodge some kind of complai... hey, wait a minute!
Sounds like a great new niche market for Adobe to enter, release a version of the software for redacting that solves this :)
Un-blacked out version, in HTML can be found here...
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