A bit melodramatic, nothing of the sort happened.
We mistakenly didn't credit the original authors of the historical overtaking data and understandably they were miffed.
As soon as we corrected this both parties were satisfied and in fact provided additional data, with one of them even going on to become an active member of the site.
The BBC are now guilty of exactly the same thing as the recent overtaking data is all Galahad's work.
Nick Wirth is taking the blame for the fuel issue.
"The chassis supplier is us. Nothing to do with engine supplier or fuel supplier. What that means is that we are fixing it for the team. We are not charging the team"
"It's our responsibility to provide cars that can finish a grand prix. It's down to us."
Given Mr Wirth's desire to "race" maybe he will take the opportunity to stick the car into a wind tunnel to find out why it doesn't go very fast. Sticking a bigger fuel tank to carry another 15kg of fuel is only going to make is slower still.
What he said in those interviews is that they can complete the race distance if they lean the engine right out, but then they are so uncompetitive it's not worth turning up. Basically, he's saying that they could be giving Lotus and HRT a good run for their money if they could turn the wick right up on their engines.