http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/69984autosport wrote:A statement issued shortly before qualifying said: "Having observed the line taken by cars across the grid, and in accordance with Article 36.2 (a) off the F1 Sporting Regulations, the first grid position will be removed and pole position will now be on the right hand side of the grid
woohoo wrote:How ON EARTH can anyone change a rule after the outcome of a game, and claim it is in good sports ???
How can you do this and get away with it ?
Why isent the F1/Sporting press all over this ?
(Yes I know its not the end of the world (read=F1) as we know it, but still it a bad move. How can anyone agrue now that the decision is impartial, when the "losers" and "winners" are known.)
Oh, so Hamilton isent on pole, lets change the pole position then...
Tend to agree with you - will be confirmed if there is either no penalty or if the team is fined rather than the driver being penalised.lebesset wrote:does anyone doubt that , had hamilton been released in an unsafe manner as massa was , there would have been an immediate penalty ?
usual story , every decision goes the same way
anyone notice that the committee is headed by someone connected to ferrari ?
I was very surprised that there was no overtaking and that the drivers on Friday said that they were afraid there were no overtaking possibilities. When we were watching the F3 and GT races at the Valencia circuit, we saw actually some good and nice overtaking moves.modbaraban wrote:The track allows much less overtaking than Monaco.
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