Hamilton - Verstappen Crash Frame by Frame Analysis

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Re: Hamilton - Verstappen Crash Frame by Frame Analysis

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Official document regarding the Red Bull request to re-open the incident:


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SmallSoldier wrote:
Thu Jul 29, 2021 7:23 pm
Official document regarding the Red Bull request to re-open the incident:

I see Wolff didn't even consider it worth the time of day and wasn't present. Says it all about the whole ridiculous situation really. The request seems very frivolous.

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Anyone knows is there is a public copy of this petition from Red Bull? The last paragraph of the verdict is quite… disturbing.

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El Scorchio wrote:
Thu Jul 29, 2021 7:41 pm
SmallSoldier wrote:
Thu Jul 29, 2021 7:23 pm
Official document regarding the Red Bull request to re-open the incident:

I see Wolff didn't even consider it worth the time of day and wasn't present. Says it all about the whole ridiculous situation really. The request seems very frivolous.
What caught my attention the most is Red Bull’s using the Pirelli test to have Albon recreate Lewis Lap 1 trajectory… How they thought that would be admissible is beyond my comprehension.

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SmallSoldier wrote:
Thu Jul 29, 2021 7:47 pm
El Scorchio wrote:
Thu Jul 29, 2021 7:41 pm
SmallSoldier wrote:
Thu Jul 29, 2021 7:23 pm
Official document regarding the Red Bull request to re-open the incident:

I see Wolff didn't even consider it worth the time of day and wasn't present. Says it all about the whole ridiculous situation really. The request seems very frivolous.
What caught my attention the most is Red Bull’s using the Pirelli test to have Albon recreate Lewis Lap 1 trajectory… How they thought that would be admissible is beyond my comprehension.
Exactly! WHAT a waste of a tyre test. And of sim time from Perez. I can't believe they roped a load of staff, the #2 driver for the race team AND the test driver into doing something like that. Some really messed up priorities going on there.

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paulo_f1 wrote:
Thu Jul 29, 2021 7:56 pm

To quote Max “I fought hard, I defended hard, but not aggressive, because if it would have been aggressive I could have pushed him or squeezed him into the inside wall,”

He says after squeezing him into the pit wall and then moving to the middle of the track, when he'd normally be to the far left for the optimum Copse line.
Seriously- that is what you see?

I see Max defending the inside line, Lewis nevertheless goes for it, Max realizes, moves back to the left, opening up and simultaneously providing Lewis with more space.

Never did Max squees Lewis into the pit wall, IMHO.

I guess we now know how Gasly can promote himself into the #2 RB car- he just needs to commit himself to a couple of overtaking moves on Lewis.

*not sure if Perez would do it, should Marko ask.. :mrgreen:
People should always be able to justify their actions

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Re: Hamilton - Verstappen Crash Frame by Frame Analysis

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i see this previously analytical thread has finally gone off the rails ... well it was inevitable, wasn't it

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It was 11 days ago, and not even Red Bull can provide new evidence. Time to stop policing it.
¡Puxa Esportin!

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Then just lock it?

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RZS10 wrote:
Thu Jul 29, 2021 8:22 pm
Then just lock it?
I agree lock the thread before it turns into a who can get the last word in senario!
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Re: Hamilton - Verstappen Crash Frame by Frame Analysis

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Why lock it? The debate didn’t end- or did it?
People should always be able to justify their actions

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Fair enough. Locked.
If anyone has new analysis, just PM to get it open.
The Silverstone GP thread is still open
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