Me too, Im outta here..let them bang their heads against a brick wall.modbaraban wrote:PS: it seems so weird trying to explain such obvious things. I'm sorry for joining this stupid argument.
what happened to LH?ISLAMATRON wrote:HA, I'd love to see you try to give me a "real life ass whupping"... I'd probly whoop your ass with fists the same way I do with logic & proof.
TAlk your --- all you want, you add nothing to the true discussion.
Nobody is talking about LH, or the color of anybody's skin, Kimi overtaking Truilli & Heidfeld illegally, has nothing to do with Jaime running into the back of Lewis... All that crap is just you trying to cloud the issue. Those of us who see what actually happened have provided Video proof and the exact lettering of the rules, what have the others provided? Nothing but their bullshit biased feelings that Kimi did nothing wrong.
Obviously the rules, nor the video nor those bullshit feelings mean anything to the FIA, especially when a red car is involved, so I'm done have proven that Kimi was in the wrong.
infact those runoffs are so bumpy and dirty its really hard to go at full speeddave34m wrote:There has been some very good imput here despite what some are saying, I hope that maybe in future years that we see something added to the outer area to stop cars going full speed thru the area. That will mean cars can still go wide at turn 1 to avoid a crash but it would cost them postions as of course it should.
lol I completely agree. The first corner of spa is notorious for bad accidents I think some leeway has to be given for a driver leaving the track here. At the point where kimi left the track it was 50/50 if kubica and co would collide and kimi had already slowed for the corner. If you consider how many more meters kimi covered I really doubt he gained an advantage, if he barged his way to stay on track - which was already three cars wide at this point and avoided an accident I think he would have been in a better position before au rougemodbaraban wrote:I saw a clear advantage in LH cutting that chicane, no so here.
Did Sutil get an advantage by passing Badoer on the outside? On the astroturf??? Nope. And he wasn't penalized either. Likewise Kimi disadvantaged himself as to the (longer) path and (less grippy) surface. It's just that the cars on track weren't fast, just like Luca while being overatken by Sutil.
Simple question here. What if there was a pile up in T1 and both Ferraris and Button who ran wide overtook the carnage ending up 1-2-3? Disqualify them all for not joining the crash?
PS: it seems so weird trying to explain such obvious things. I'm sorry for joining this stupid argument.
Yes I do remeber that race, and I also remember very clearly that the issue was raised in the drivers meeting before that very event and that it was unanimously agreed by the stewards and the drivers that an exception to the rule would be made in that corner. As far as I know no such exception was given for Spa 2009.timbo wrote:Remember Austrian GP 2003? Every driver left track at the exit of first corner EVERY lap.
Nobody was ever penalized by overtaking on the outside.
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