It was confirmed on RDS, the French Canadian network that Harlow was told when to wave the flag. Honestly, she is blameless in this.
Olivier42 commented on the post, FIA aware of sensor problems since January – Boullier 7 years, 8 months ago
There is one party we have hardly heard anything from regarding this… it’s RBR.
Maybe they are keeping their cards close to their chest until the appeal, or maybe they do not have any cards.
Olivier42 commented on the post, Who had the fastest car? Performance data analysed 8 years, 12 months ago
Just a small correction Red Bull was 0.37% faster than Ferrari – not 37%
Olivier42 commented on the post, Vettel sent to back of grid for qualifying infringement 9 years ago
Huge mistake by Red Bull. Nice to see the stewards be consistent, but the ruling in both cases was stupidly harsh. Disqualify the last lap or Q3 entirely, but having the pilot start last is ridiculous.
Olivier42 commented on the post, Vettel takes championship lead with hat-trick of wins 9 years, 1 month ago
@keithcollantine It’s Guillaume Rocquelin, not Rocqueline!
Hmm, it sounds like they have quite the network of companies…
* Octane Racing Group (ORG) is the Montréal-based promoter of the Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada to be held in Montréal June 8-9-10, 2012
The carelessness he committed was not worthy of a world champion.
That’s wrong. Was it careless? Yes. Was it stupid? Yes. Does it make him any less worthy of a world champion? No way. Every world champion has […]
F1 fans sure love their artificially-inflated drama.
Hamilton comments are pretty rich considering all the drama he found himself at the center of in recent times.
Regardless, I never put too much stock in […]
The 20 second penalty was fair.
Vettel and Red Bull took a bet – they ended up losing 5 points (3rd -> 5th). Not the end of the world. The problem is Alonso winning, not whether they finish 2nd or 3rd or 5th.
Here’s another attempt at an analogy.
Street X has a sign that says “Speed Limit: 60” on it. Everybody assumed it was 60kph, but RBR made a case for 60mph. Charlie Whiting and the stewards accepted that, and let […]
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