Bernard commented on the post, Why Hamilton didn't get a penalty in Monaco – but Vettel did in Canada 2 years, 5 months ago
Another factor was the wet track and RIC’s frustration after his pit blunder. HAM left space but RIC couldn’t capitalise because the space he had was off the dry line. HAM’s responsible for leaving space, not for […]
Bernard commented on the post, Could Verstappen hit an unprecedented century of F1 wins? 5 years, 6 months ago
Lol, 5 race wins per year for 20 years straight. There isn’t a snowflake in hell’s chance of that happening.
Bernard commented on the post, How to design a better points system for Formula One 7 years ago
I like the finishing position method, one way of eliminating fluke results would be to disregard each drivers best score.
Bernard commented on the post, Covered cockpits may be reconsidered after Bianchi crash 7 years, 1 month ago
A closed cockpit would not have helped Bianchi, apparently his injuries are a result of rapid deceleration which induced a shearing action on the brain tissue – common in many vehicle accidents. The only safety […]
An obvious approach would be to institute a ‘no overtaking after the first corner’ rule
Hamilton is behind in the title race through a multitude of problems beyond his control, to now suggest the team impose […]
Interesting NYT article, thanks for the quotes.
Formula One: Beware dirty tricks
The ‘nonsense’ remark from Wolff is odd as there is effectively no difference between what Hamilton said and what Wolff said.
Hamilton: “[Nico] said he could have avoided it. He said ‘I did it to prove a […]
That’s because he doesn’t actually think it was a mistake or racing incident. Hamilton claimed that Rosberg had explicitly blamed him for the collision, which was also confirmed by Lauda after said […]
Keeping things like this ‘internal’ only promotes deep suspicion, why can’t Rosberg see that? Nobody in their right mind trusts internal investigations and rightly so. Transparency is everything. If you want […]
What they (FIA, FOM and yes the teams) clearly don’t realise is that most fans are not overly thrilled at repeatedly witnessing the sports’ adamant frolicking around ecological, financial and moral bankruptcy. Not […]
Rosberg barely scraped pole even after Hamiltons qualifying lap mistakes, he had a poor start, he was lucky not to get a penalty for gaining an unfair advantage, was lucky he didn’t hit the wall after pitting. […]
He didn’t break the rules though, the FIA made that rule (must not re-pass until after the next corner) on the spot after the race. The unwritten rule of the time was ‘give the place back’ which he did. The FIA […]
In Spa 2008, after gaining on Raikkonen hand over first, making the pass, being FORCED wide cutting the chicane and subsequently giving the place back immediately Hamilton was still penalised and had his win […]
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