legal?Wynters wrote: ↑Thu Jul 16, 2020 9:31 pmThe only way Stroll could even get alongside Ricciardo was by going so fast he couldn't make the corner. In fact, 'couldn't make the corner' isn't doing Stroll's ineptness justice. He missed the track so badly he probably had to buy a ticket just to get back into the race course before he was allowed to rejoin the track.dans79 wrote: ↑Thu Jul 16, 2020 9:08 pmRicciardo seems to be out for blood on the Stroll pass. I don't think I've ever seen him this vocal in the press before about something.
https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/15061 ... s-briefing
I'm actually very glad this is being discussed because if it's legal then what does that mean for F1? It was an utterly ludicrous decision that, as far as I can recall, is completely without precedent. Is there any example of any overtake in the modern era that is similar to this one that didn't end up with a driver getting penalised?
RIC gave him all the space. before, during and after.
Of course it was clumsy, but was it a pass?
Too me it looked like poor judgement of two competitors.
So what happpened, RIC lost two places he would have lost anyway?
Crying for justice when it suits him well.
We call em crybaby over here.