Trying to out brake eveyone and win race at first corner was perceived historically as his weakness....not trying to out brake everyone and win the race at the first corner is now perceived as his weakeness! No greater definition of a cognitive dissonance!!Wass85 wrote: ↑Wed Apr 19, 2017 9:50 pm
What is vague about Vettel not starting in his box? Nice bias there FIArrari fanbasti313 wrote: ↑Wed Apr 19, 2017 9:35 pmI do not know what is vague on "No car may be driven unnecessarily slowly". Did I overlook any necessary reason to slow down for Ham?komninosm wrote: ↑Wed Apr 19, 2017 4:12 pmYeah, vague rules only seem to favor Ferrari like in China when Vettel wasn't penalized for his starting off his grid box.lks wrote: ↑Sun Apr 16, 2017 5:02 pmThe only rule i can find is :
"No car may be driven unnecessarily slowly, erratically or in a manner which could be deemed
potentially dangerous to other drivers or any other person at any time whilst the safety car is
deployed. This will apply whether any such car is being driven on the track, the pit entry or the
Don't se how Hamilton broke that rule. I can't fint a rule regarding blocking.
FIARRARI at it again it seems.AMG.Tzan wrote: ↑Sun Apr 16, 2017 6:46 pmWhat an utter nonsense penalty to Hamilton! Not only did it destroy the Hamilton vs Vettel battle we've been waiting for, but also we've seen many times drivers slowing down the others behind when they stuck up behind their teammate in the pitlane...I remember Raikkonen at Spa in 2005 slowing down the whole field just to let Montoya do his pit stop and not stuck up behind him! Other than that the race was spectacular with great overtaking moves...specially at the end of the pit straight we saw who's got the balls to brake late!! I really think the new Tilke-droms will suit these new cars so much better...so nicely done there Formula 1...faster cars, beautiful cars, much better and braver overtaking moves!! =D>
Users browsing this forum: CCBot [Bot] and 0 guests