Video: Vettel’s ’yellow flag’ overtakes
Tagged: FIA, Vettel, Yellow Flags
- This topic has 206 replies, 61 voices, and was last updated 10 years, 4 months ago by Bullfrog.
- 27th November 2012, 23:58 at 11:58 pm #215968
I´m from Latin America too, I can tell you I do not have Checo Manía, nor Pastor Manía, I blame Fox Sport Latin America and Carlos Slim for the Checo overload….
I do wish this will go away, it was a great season, with a great fight and a great ending… there is no need to dirty all this with a nsaty rumor, or even worst…28th November 2012, 0:35 at 12:35 am #215969FabianaParticipant
One thing that I wanted to know, does anyone have the rest of the onboard video that the person used to create the part with Vettel and Vergne? Because on the F1 Timing app, it shows Vettel giving the position back to Vergne a bit after the “Curva do Lago” (after where the video stops) and then taking the position back in “Laranjinha”.28th November 2012, 0:36 at 12:36 am #215970
@celeste I totally agree with you. I miss Tano so much at least he said “I’m a Ferrari fan deal with it” not like Tornello who preaches to have impartial perspectives of the F-1 but doesn’t like any actions of Hamilton at all, Puente tries to be impartial but the null interventions from “Chacho” wants you to put mute or wish we could have only track audio. It was a great season memorable for many of us.
@Prisioner Monkeys Ja! you said it. I know they need to sell news but come on!28th November 2012, 0:46 at 12:46 am #215971
@camo8723 believe me I have watched race on mute, just reading the radio message on twitter…28th November 2012, 0:52 at 12:52 am #215972
jajajajaa I will do that next year 1000 times better than “Así es” from Chacho28th November 2012, 0:53 at 12:53 am #215973crr917Participant
McNish said it was Vettel’s fault for the collision with Senna. The same McNish that last year did this http://youtu.be/JW3NDGk6YQE . How objective was he?28th November 2012, 1:11 at 1:11 am #215974Fer no.65Participant
@camo8723 @celeste They are all idiots. The 3 of them, they get it SOOOO wrong everytime ! It’s so annoying. Specially when there’s a latin american racing, their broadcast it’s just impossible to watch…
Don’t you guys watch the races online? I’ve been doing it for 2 years now and it completely changes everything watching from proper broadcasts like Sky or the BBC. Well, any besides FOX Latin America !28th November 2012, 1:13 at 1:13 am #21597528th November 2012, 1:45 at 1:45 am #215976GuilhermeParticipant
@fer-no65 does the English comentary outweight the total loss of image quality? I had to watch the USGP on a Sky stream because Globo apparently feels that football is much more important than F1 (even when the football championship was already decided), and honestly the first half was horrible, stream getting stuck all the time, terrible image quality. I’d pick the TV images with the local radio commentary any day over an internet stream, or even the TV commentary if there was no radio really.28th November 2012, 1:47 at 1:47 am #215977
@fer-no65 I’ve tried but it’s difficult for me to fin good online services. I download via Torrent races from BBC or Sky. Also I follow this guy who uploads races in Spanish I suppose the on-live experience must be awesome. http://safety-car.es/search.php?action=results&sid=33cb2335411f73d305aa26f5a70b561e
About Brazil coverage it was horrible.
If you have reliable sources I would appreciate it.28th November 2012, 3:14 at 3:14 am #215978AlvesParticipant
@fabiana He doesn’t give the position back. And he passed Glock at “Bico de Pato”.28th November 2012, 4:02 at 4:02 am #215979Fer no.65Participant
@camo8723 @celeste I have a mere 1MB connection, yet I use my computer to watch the race full screen, and my laptop to stay tuned on twitter, MSN and facebook and the stream almost never goes off. And if it does, it’s just about refreshing and you’re on your way again. (Sorry SkyF1 ! I’m can’t pay for you anyway !)
I’m really happy watching the stream, even if (of course) it isn’t HD TV. I don’t have that anyway, so the difference it not that big. Besides, I rather have Ted Kravitz and all those guys commenting the race properly than Tornello, Puente and “Chacho”.
Maybe it’s a little bit different for you @Guilherme, since you follow the brazilian broadcast, but the latin american one it’s just awful. I know more than those guys because I read F1Fanatic. They don’t seem to follow anyone relevant on twitter either ! dunno what they use it for… they give no information at all and they always mess it up.
Pff, rant over ! xDD PM me and I’ll give you the link I use. Sad you won’t be able to test it until next year !28th November 2012, 4:40 at 4:40 am #215980raymondu999Participant
@fer-no65 why not watch the TV feed, then have the Sky audio instead?28th November 2012, 6:22 at 6:22 am #215981Prisoner MonkeysParticipant
Watching that video, I’m willing to bet that if anyone protested it, Red Bull would simply argue that a) the track was clear, and b) the Toro Rosso was backing off. Vergne is very close to the car in front of him going through Turn 3, but has clearly fallen away by the time Vettel passes him. They’ll probably try and make the argument that Vergne should be penalised by backing off in such a way that Vettel had no choice but to pass.28th November 2012, 7:18 at 7:18 am #215982raymondu999Participant
@prisoner-monkeys it was made under green conditions. There is a marshall green-flagging the Resta Opposta at pit exit. It’s barely visible in this particular video though.
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.