Doesn’t Charlie have the required authority to do just that? I thought he basically was the CEO of the race weekend, not just the race.
That said, I don’t think it is reasonable to come with the benefit of […]
Anyway, taking what they say at face value requires *some* gullibility!
> we would say this even if Renault [who supply Red Bull] were in the lead
For me, that is the clearest proof we could ever wish for […]
Perhaps not. But isn’t this supposed to be a sport? I for one am getting pretty tired of this Maxim that says “someone has an advantage – we must change the rules again”. Someone has an advantage because they did […]
It *probably* didn’t help him. A more flexible floor can increase downforce in parts of a circuit (by reducing effective ride height and forcing air to speed up as it flows under the car, creating suction), and […]
I don’t know the facts about Spa 94 are, but I take exception to your attitude “you can’t fault them for trying”. This is sport, and if they did try to cheat that is something you can and should fault them […]
The stewards examined both telemetry and video evidence consistent with that telemetry, and verified the part was identical to that on the other car which does pass the test. To deliberately gain advantage and […]
The Dag commented on the post, Alonso's DRS failure the first of its kind – Ferrari 9 years ago
Of course they care. Every team does – to varying degrees. There’s absolutely no doubt though, in my mind, that if Webber had taken the kinds of liberties that Vettel does, he’d have been booted.