Hail22 wrote:Something needs to be done...we don't need another single seater death...not after all the effort to make the cars even safer.
mep wrote:Hail22 wrote:Something needs to be done...we don't need another single seater death...not after all the effort to make the cars even safer.
That was a very dangerous situation but not so much for the driver but for the spectators and marshals standing close to that fence. In Monaco the protection arround the track can't be that safe than on other tracks so it was very lucky that nobody got injured. I wonder where that tire was flying to?
cheapracer wrote:Hail22 wrote:
Isn't the whole point of having the one defensive move
I don't see the issue, he legally took a standard racing line through a corner ie; wide in - apex - wide out.
bhallg2k wrote:I think disqualification was very lenient. He should face a lengthy suspension.
The man's race was over, because he lost his rear wing. He had to retire. So, there was absolutely no reason in the world for his futile and dangerous tactics.
(The reality that he was out of the race was lost on me and someone else for a while yesterday, too.)
Muulka wrote:Get rid of Monaco. It is awful in every way- not a single overtake in 4 races! 5 if you cound the F1; the only passes I saw were on a broken Schumacher...
The issue is that the overtaking car went to go one way, was blocked, went to go the other way, was blocked, and then ran into the back of him trying to move back the other way as they ran out of space into the braking zone.
Oh god please, you know what you're saying?
First of, Monaco is a classic on the calender and everyone enjoys it.
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