@dasman completely agree. That’s what I was trying to say without using the right words. Letter and spirit really convey the meaning.
I’m surprised more people haven’t seen that the inconsistency is that in Montreal the stewards went with the letter of the law and in Austria they went with the spirit of the law which is inconsistent.
@dasman Thanks for the compliment. I remain confident that there is more truth than fantasy to my opinion on this matter, and the usual responses I get from those who disagree contain nothing to convince me […]
I don’t think the teams should have such a major say in the way the sport is run, as they generally only serve their own interests.
+1 to that: the fans definitely aren’t having enough of an input […]
@dasman to me the title fight was tainted from the Spanish Grand Prix onwards, when it was highlighted that Pirelli had screwed up. I wouldn’t blame the teams for that and I only blame the FIA to the extent that […]
Roberto commented on the post, Were Red Bull & Mercedes right to use team orders? 8 years, 9 months ago
Yes, as in the RBR case, you had 2 drivers of similar pace, being told to bring the cars home.
@dasman all the more reason to let them race!
V. Chris commented on the post, Were Red Bull & Mercedes right to use team orders? 8 years, 9 months ago
So in one case you have problem that the team told the drivers to save tires and fuel and bring the cars to the finish in same order, but in the other case you don’t see anything wrong whit this. Yes. […]