Like the Missile Crisis at Cuba in 1963, the thick coat of suspicions and and attacks has spread in the last weeks: after the FIA press release of no further investigations for the Ferrari cars, including the secretation of all the results of such analyses.
Immediately, all the UK based teams, promptly urged a statement against FIA, protesting towards Federation of not accepting its behaviour; then was again the ruling body, replying to 'kindly' stop all rumours in the name of sport's shareholders and fans.
Now, as the Italian edition of Motorsport.com states, the telephone call between new Daimler president Ola Kallenius and Ferrari homologue John Elkann should have stopped any further warfare between the two top teams of the last seasons. Right when Red Bull is chasing Mercedes on the rear bracket solution and after having banned the DAS system put in place in the pre-season testing: for many that seemed the sign of the ropture of the anti-Ferrari alliance of the Silver Arrows.
The Covid-19 emergency urged to shutter the voice: this should have been the cause, the clash within the Brackley team; Wolff wanted to race in Albert Park, Kallenius not. Toto is named the major lieutenant of the battle against Maranello.
The remaining six teams are also revenging to Mercedes to have anticipated the organizers' release of the cancellation of the Grand Prix, when, until a few minutes before, they were pushing for running regularly:
With the countdown clocking until June, when the first race is supposed to be held, apart form engine temperatures, tempers too can run high.