P_O_L wrote:as i predicted, the FIA would alter the qualifying rules before the end of the week and suprise suprise, they did
Rob W wrote:P_O_L wrote:as i predicted, the FIA would alter the qualifying rules before the end of the week and suprise suprise, they did
I'm going to be a cynic and say that they had to - because after last week's events and with no rule changes a team who put in a respectable quali lap with five minutes to go could intentionally drive around the course right at the end of the session as if they were attempting another fast lap just to be able to catch their opponents out and then claim they were hindered unfairly. (It would be very hard to disprove wouldn't it? )
It also raises the question why didnt this happen in melbourne and malaysia?
"In Bahrain we do our utmost to ensure that fans of each team get to sit opposite their favourite team's pit garages to see the action unfold," said the circuit's chief operating officer Sheikh Salman bin Isa Al Khalifa in a statement.
mcdenife wrote:or it may just be because all of Bahrain garages are large enough to accommodates all of mclarens kit so there no need for them to have the 5th one if the last one is just as big.
F1Technical: Thursday press conference - Bahrain
Q: Can you get on the podium do you believe?
A: Jarno Trulli: "Oh yes. I took it easy because I know the way I am. Until I am in the car it is fine. When I have to get out I just have to take a little bit more time compared to the others because, physically, my body reacts in a different way. We have made some studies during the years and I just have to take it easy. I didn't have to get on the podium, so I took my time."
mx_tifosi wrote:Not only is Trulli endangering himself, but other people around him as well.
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