Crucial_Xtreme wrote:Claiming that the FIA conspired to bring out a safety car to ruin his race is a bit too much don't you agree?
bhallg2k wrote: Is Schumacher a ruthless bastard who's willing to break every rule or is he a definition of stoicism who's unwilling to even so much as hint at anything less than full support of his team?
A distraught man approached the Zen master. "Please, Master, I feel lost, desperate. I don't know who I am. Please, show me my true self!" But the teacher just looked away without responding. The man began to plead and beg, but still the master gave no reply. Finally giving up in frustration, the man turned to leave. At that moment the master called out to him by name. "Yes!" the man said as he spun back around. "There it is!" exclaimed the master.
n smikle wrote:[...]
So you see, We have seen glimpses, but not the full picture of the true Vettel.
Hail22 wrote:I hope its a probation and should he provide another dramatic dummy spit if it should happen again, then possibly he should be fined/penalised for putting the sport into disrepute.
There are young kart racers who watch Formula 1 and they don't need to see a driver like Vettel or anyone for that matter in F1 jumping out of their car, throwing their gloves and then having a dummy spit in an interview "alluding" to a "false" Conspiracy...if there was such a thing as collusion etc...then lets roll back to 2010 and 2011...I never heard the Mclaren drivers, Ferrari etc saying that Red Bull were leading a "conspiracy" with the FoM/FIA to control and dominate 2011 plus also the safey cars during 2010...its silly.
He needs to sit in the naughty corner for a minute or two to think and remember that he is a two time world champion, some kids see him as a role model and he needs to learn to tidy up his PR skills...
andartop wrote:Indeed I was joking. I love black humor.
Shrieker wrote:Crucial_Xtreme wrote:Claiming that the FIA conspired to bring out a safety car to ruin his race is a bit too much don't you agree?
I don't agree. It's all about the money: Closer title race = more coverage = more money. I definitely wouldn't put it past Bernie and co. (FIA etc.). Sometimes the simplest answer is the right one.
However, I personally do think that there was enough debris on the track to grant a safety car.
bhallg2k wrote:Sebastian Vettel is a 24-year-old kid
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