I got lucky and a friend brought me my all time favourite F1 newspaper "Motorsport Aktuell" from Europe. This mag has been around for many decades and the best and most trusted inside stories. Here a few updates I got from it: - The Williams and Toyota brake ducts were not too big in Montreal. But mounted too close to the wheel. The closer you mount them, the cleaner the air is to the wheel and the better the brakes perform, hence a limit. In Toyota's case they got new parts and didn't check for that. In Williams' case it was either stupidity or attempted fraud. At any rate, Frank did blame his new technical director for it. - Massa crashed in Montreal because a rear suspension part broke. Several factors contributed including his rougher driving style than Fisico's over the kerbs. The part will be reinforced going forward. - Sato's engine explosion were caused by him letting the rpms drop during shifting. Now he is shifting more like Button and the explosions should stop. - MS did pass RB under yellow briefly (when he came flying while RB was going slowly). The cameras and the timing devices registered this, but the stewards let it slip. It would have earned him a drive through or stop and go penalty. Thought you might like some food for discussions.