I was not talking about this chassis incident. The general favoritism at Red Bull towards Vettel is obvious.
Regarding the chassis and how many they have available or make, it's all a farce-what we are led to believe. Top teams carry enough parts to not make one but two cars at a GP if they so wish. The only difference today is that we don't see them having a T car in the garage. Where do you think spares came from to make Alonso's Ferrari at Monaco?
Bro, Horner was talking about chasis and denying favouritism in that as was been thought by many fans all over the internet even on RedBull's own fan forum.
As far as I know, all the teams carry 4 chasis, 6 engines(1 new and 2 old for each driver), 3 gearbox for each driver(2 new and 1 old), if the old has not complete its iteration otherwise 3 new gearboxes and enough spares to build all 4 cars and this is the equipment they carry for European races, for outside Europe they have 5 engines for each driver thatswhy last season in Japan BMW's one container was damage after the incident carrying engines and BMW have to clarify that those engines are safe and no damage has occurred to them.
The thing is not about having these spares but the point is teams only are building stuff when they need it, so if RedBull was not prepare for a new chasis then it needs time to build and also one should take into account that may be they are building the new chasis with some upgrades that are not available on the current chasis at the moment.
Just like in Bahrain, RedBull's chasis #1 and #2 were heavy and when RedBull brings chasis #3 and #4 they are lighter in weight as compare to the previous 2, so may be the new chasis will be even lighter if its possible.
As for my point about McLaren, I was saying about the rear wing and monocoque which should have Coulthard's name on it instead of Mika. Although you made it clear what could be the possible reason but I still think they should have change the rear wing because in 2001 rear wings are detachable from the chasis, and if McLaren have enough spares to build a new car then they certainly have a new rear wing for David too.
I could understand if an incident happens after the race start which makes the race to stop and restart for the full distance and the drivers whose cars are damaged in that incident are allowed to restart in the spare cars then the teams have no time to make any changes on the spare car and the drivers have to use the car as it is.
That pic was from French GP 2001, and there was no restart during the race which means David have started the race in the spare car and if McLaren has enough spare to build the new car then they should atleast have a new rear wing with David's name too, which they don't have and that is favouritism for me, may be not for you.
In Ferrari, during the Michal years the team certainly have favoured Michal but they never give equipment named for Michal to either Eddie or Rubens, that certainly is favouritism but off that kind where integrity of the driver remains intact.
What you think about McLaren's updates especially the blown diffuser, which is the biggest part of that update, looks like McLaren has score an own goal, on a track which needs more time for making a perfect setup for the race they have lost 3 hours gathering data for the upgrades which then they dropped for the race, Now they have only 1 hour before qualifying to make a perfect setup.
Looks like you miss the first practice but have watch the second practice so here is a consolation gift for you,