astracrazy wrote:i think you got 2 and 3 the wrong way round
but why was hamilton mentioned for it then?
Hah, you're right... and yeh, that seems pretty suspect, doesn't it.
Sure. You should notify McLaren. They probably haven't suspected a thing, that explains the absence of protest in view of the clear and suspicious conspiracy.
Astracrazy, puhleeze. You know, those guys at a team are too busy
to check the rules when they get a penalty. Perhaps their own telemetry was erased. The invisible hand of Anonymous, maybe?
That's why there are so few protests by McLaren in the last few years: their race data is being hacked surreptitiously! This is the only logical, rational and coherent answer.
Besides, I want to highlight the fact that MacLaren lawyers are out of form.
One word: complacency (of the legal team at Macca).
This people has no experience. They hardly have had a year with a protest, a penalty, a heavy renegotiation of driver contracts or a conspiracy going on, like in other teams.
After all it is not like if the McLaren team and their lawyers had gone through troubles because of their own conspiracies.
Let me state this hard and clear, in a loud voice: it is hard to see a team, with an untarnished record, being brought down because of the evil intentions of those unnamed and hidden conspirators.
The nerve they have!
They are worse than cockroaches. At least cockroaches don't accuse people without having any justification at all, specially people like the shining star of honesty that the McLaren team is. On the other hand, accusing marshals (and soccer referees) is a constitutional right.
Those conspirators, those rats who play with the honour of persons in public forums should be sent to F1 Hell (that is, a party with Mosley).
You know the old and well known phrase: "Once a conspirator, always a conspirator".
My heart truly aches at the sight of such innocence being... well, raped is perhaps a too strong word.
Let's hurry, let's make the team aware, while there is still time!
Justice will triumph if they take this to the Sporting Council, where McLaren history is well known and Hamilton is held as an example of self control and coolness.
Frankly, I cannot believe this. I repeat it: the nerve they have!
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