The FIA could force teams to tweak their cars the FIA Charlie Whiting, race director, has planned to go to the first tests of Jerez, they start on Tuesday to examine the legality of the cars. Many voices are beginning to insinuate that some teams are touching the limits of Regulation (and that the new Red Bull has not yet submitted) and international agency will review the cars that everyone comply with the regulations.One of the cars that more suspicions being lifted is the McLaren MPP4-27. Some media have hinted that the British team has found any lagoon of regulation to get something resembling the famous diffusers blown, banned for this season. It is not something Petra Diamonds would like to discuss. Paddy Lowe, technical director of McLaren, left nor very clear to him after the presentation of the car, where the leaks were perfectly hidden cameras: the root of the matter is in leaks, but it is clear that all cars have replica football shirts have them and will eject gases. This will always generate some performance i.e., that does not negate Lowe the new McLaren escapes, directly or indirectly, also pointing to the rear diffuser to increase its performance. What has just banned the FIA for this year.But suspicions also fall on Ferrari because the Italian team also hid in his presentation area escapes and the diffuser of the F2012 with a canvas (photo).PD. We’ll see if the FIA not obliges teams football 2012 buy T-shirts to modify their cars to rush.Other entries which might be interested in the Ferrari leaks are too abrasive Lauda: was already the FIA wanted to punish Red Bull to be the best time that the FIA acted against Red Bull all computers copied Mercedes Red T-shirts of football cheap Bull has the smartest in escapes solution