Have to do it -- have to celebrate the win in Spain. The F138 was the car to have yesterday, as Massa's result showed. Not sure why everyone else got it wrong, the Mercedes especially vanishing after the start.
I'm also not sure I agree with Red Bull's claim that F1 isn't racing any more. F1 has never been about flat-out, maximum attack for the entire distance. You are always managing some kind of resource, be it tires, fuel, brakes, or even driver energy.
Complaining about the rules is just proving your car doesn't fit the actual competition.