WhiteBlue wrote:[In Cahiers picture you can see a lot of the cabeling that Ferrari are using on their drivers. It is surely more than the visor heating that is a known feature of the Schuberth helmet introduced by Schumacher. Probably there is also head acceleration sensors and other gear that they may want to protect from being disclosed to other teams.
Miguel wrote:170 is probably the normal race rythm. In the start it probably gets to 200. A few years ago we got Alonso's heart rate in the course of a race during one of those pre-race clips. I'll try to find it, although keep in mind I'm really busy right now.
Conceptual wrote:Tom Castellani wrote:Apparently it was because the guy stepped on the umbrella on the floor. He didn't realise he was doing it and "Excuse me, could you take your foot off the umbrella" would have had the same effect. Plus it's an umbrella, no reason to chance damaging thousands of pounds worth of camera gear.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not THAT bothered about this. He did what he did, no one was hurt and worse things have happened in the world. What annoys me is the way people respond to this, apparently Kimi can do no wrong while Hamilton is consistently getting slated by news paper reporters who can't steer a damn shopping trolley.
All in all he could have handled the situation better, many other drivers would have.
The YouTube link is dead, but I think that I found the same vid on
http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=r ... tesearch=#
If this is the vid that you are talking about, I would say that after the camera backs up, notice how close to the bag on the ground is in comparison to his feet, and realize that he shoved him backwards OVER that bag.
If he was in my face that closely when I am suiting up for a F1 Championship GP, I think that I would have delivered the message the same way. If he loses a small suit, big deal.
And I can guarantee that you will never see another photographer come between Kimi and his knapsack!
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