Not going to a “party” is more serious than tampering with the wing of your competitors car, which was later found to be 0.2mm out of compliance? The f…
Checks poster username…
Ah, there it is.
You find it childish but say he’s a grown man who can do what he wants? Ok.
Why would I say anything about Max? That’s… that’s a really weird thing to say to me, someone who openly supported him as the first d […]
That’s exactly how it works Arnould. If enough people say it’s tainted, then it’s tainted. It’s as simple as that. If enough people laugh when Max’s first championship is mentioned, then it’s a laughing st […]
There was no way to release the cars any earlier. He already released them before receiving the track clear message (though after he had got the sector clear message).
Apparently missing the gala has suddenly become the crime of the decade among certain “fans” of the sport.
I think we need to start reporting comments en masse that don’t adhere to the community we used to have in the old old old f1 fanatic days to be honest. Red Bulls pr tampering with the comments section has done r […]
I’m sure they can find another sport or two to compete in, retaining every employee if they want, and which series wouldn’t want to pit their best against the best of the best? It would be a pr gift from heaven for them!
They’ll leave it until the very last minute before either appealing or not – why give your opponents information early? That’s only a disadvantage.
I won’t apologise for calling a liar a liar. You said the fia does not recognise the CAS. The fia not only recognise the CAS, they use it regularly, it’s used against them regularly, and they turn up and fol […]
There is no rule in F1 that states that. There is a rule which states that the Race Director has full authority to override the Clerk’s safety car decisions, and some people saw “The race director has full aut […]
The FiA literally has a paragraph on their website about how if you don’t accept their appeals decision, the next step is the CAS. Beyond that, they have taken and been taken to the CAS dozens of times. Beyond e […]
Are you mistaking Mercedes for Renault?
Red Bull did insert themselves into the protest. They are legally an “interested party”, and by doing so, can share liability.
That said, no, Red bull will not share any liability unless someone pops up wit […]
As I’ve endlessly told you erikje, I don’t support Lewis. I used to support max, it was you, solely you and you alone who caused me to stop. Shall we take this opportunity to remind anyone who reads this that eri […]
No erikje, it’s not in the rule book. You saw a rule saying that the race director has authority over the clerk and decided it meant he can ignore any rule that suits him. It does not.
If they don’t want to watch the sport anymore , why would they pay any money to the carrier of that sport?
Why would we move on. There’s always the next race, but the win here is Masi gone forever.
The chequered flag incidents are decided after the race, so yes, they can do it after the race
Were any cars that were lapped left in the train? If yes, then the rule is broken. If I didn’t know better I would call you out as Christian Horner, that’s garbage on his level.
I thought they had to fall back on the “race stopped within 25% rules” last time? Either way, if the rules don’t specify what to do if the race director broke the rules and by doing so benefitted some drive […]
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