http://www.motorsport.com/news/article.asp?ID=173569&FS=F1 Now the question is how much of an advantage is this for Toyota if any. They have had a great deal of experience in supplying many engines in a category (CART, IRL, ect..) so they certainly know how to do it. The real question is though will this extra volume of test data benefit them more than other teams. Testing is to be severely limited next season. Is this a way around the band, so to speak, and an opportunity to regain some of it's expense along with helping F1 in general. Ferrari really doesn't benefit from Saubers engine service other than recouping some development expenses since they get last seasons spec engines. Toyota will be supplying the same 2005 spec engine that they will be using. This will enable them to ostensibly run double the testing mileage they would be able to with only their own cars. Jordan hasn't been that competitive this past couple of seasons. With the Toyota engines, which have been rumored to be some of the best on the grid, could they be able to compete against the Toyota F1 team? Who do you think is getting the better end of the deal here? Toyota, Jordan, or F1? Do you think it's a good business decision? Competitive decision?