Dear Diário AS

I’m getting used to it that it seems normal nowadays to pickup information researched by other parties and selling them as if they were your own. Is it too embarassing for the AS editor to cite a medium like P1Mag as a source? Just because you guys print information onto paper doens’t turn you into the source of the original information. The way Robert Kubica’s possible switch to Mercedes GP is explained just proves your reporter doesn’t actually know the details. Nor has he any idea of basic construct of a driver’s contract. However, next time please do the ethically correct thing and cite your sources. OR just give me a call and I’ll explain the background to you…

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