Chaparral wrote:In many other series globally its a drive through penalty and in F1 its been totally inconsistent how does one not consider that Ferrari are not the favoured ones - mind you Kimi's incident with the fuel rig should have brought a penalty also - downright dangerous
Chaparral wrote:With all due respect Miguel its the FIA (sorry their stewardship at each GP) that is to blame for the inconsistancy in the rules regarding pit lane activity - as I'd said in most formulae that sort of incident would have drawn a drive through penalty and does (in a consistent manner) - lets get that straight. As for KR's incident - thats just not acceptable is it - I dont care who's fault it is do you.
As an aside - Ferrari just for the mere fact they receive $20 mill USD + per annum just to turn up at each GP means (yes they are favoured) in most circumstances do you not agree - blame Ecclestone for that one he did the deal a decade ago
woohoo wrote:There wasent any incident, they JUST. DROVE. ALONGSIDE. ONE. ANOTHER.
woohoo wrote:Oh climb down that wall!
He dident force Sutil anywhere, Sutil kept his path, and Massa did the same.
There wasent any incident, they JUST. DROVE. ALONGSIDE. ONE. ANOTHER.
Im still going with the Alonso to Ferrari for 2009 theory!!! If Raikkonen dont start performing on the same level as Felipe then Luca is gonna pay him off at the end of this season and Fernando will be joining Massa next year!!! Kimi says he can still do it, but it has to be too late for him now, as Ferrari have to put all the resources behind the driver with the best chance of winning, and that looks to be Massa atm.....Ferrari surely wont make a complete balls up of it like McIdiots did last year letting both drivers fight each other until the last race!!!!gabsy wrote:Ray wrote:Hamilton tends to crash others out of contention though. He has a real bad habit of rearending people.
Sad to see Kimi blow a motor, but he just seems to not really care. What's up with him this year?
It's almost as if Kimi is content with his 1 World Championship.
I really would not be suprised to see him retire at the end of next year to be replaced by Alonso.
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