Definitely no shame at all.
It was also said they didn't release Massa's times as they didn't want to take the shine off their PR with Rossi. Based upon Raikkonen's qualifying time under race conditions, lower grip grooved tyres and needing to carry enough fuel to race with up to the first refuelling stop, the time reported for Massa in the same car as Raikkonen but on slicks with a low fuel load is entirely feasible.
And we've visited the 2006 test sensationlist headlines before. F1 were conducting proper testing of their new 2006 cars which isn't always about blistering one off laps anyway. Rossi was in a 2004 spec car which was completely different. Bigger wings, much more downforce, more powerful V10 engine, wider track. The FIA had implemented changes to slow the cars down in 2006. No comparison between the two specs.
I've no contention if they just reported it as it was, that Rossi had been impressive in his drive in the car ans set some respectable lap times. But they always have to sensationalise it and start claiming he has shown up regular F1 drivers with his times without acknowledging the true picture. A bit like some on here that will only have it that he can't be beaten in Motogp unless he is disadvantaged in some way. It's the lack of respect to the other riders / drivers I can't accept.
Back in 2006, everyone was doing the usual fawning job over Rossi's times except Alonso who said he could probably do the same on a bike given the practise (being Spanish, he probably could...) Rossi laid down a challenge of Motogp, F1 and Rallying which obviously never materialised. When the two finally met on track at Vroom, Alonso came out on top every time.
Rallying? - shall we talk 2002 Rally GB - all over in a couple of minutes...
Anyway, what are you doing venturing into the world of F1. Your entire knowledge of F1 doesn't stretch past that dodgy chain of hotels that houses even dodgier women... seeing as we're talking of things being over in a couple of minutes...