Fernando Alonso was put on the spot over Ferrari’s German Grand Prix team orders in the FIA press conference today. Here’s what was said.
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Ferrari: “Lauda missed out on a fine opportunity to keep his mouth shut”
2010 F1 seasonPosted on
Ferrari has hit back at Niki Lauda’s following his public outburst against the team and its use of team orders at the German Grand Prix.
The drivers who defied team orders
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Here are three drivers who refused to let their team mates pass when ordered to – or overtook them when they weren’t supposed to.
Piquet Jnr: Massa blames me for lost championshipPosted on
Nelson Piquet Junior has revealed that Felipe Massa still blames him for his lost 2008 Drivers?óÔé¼Ôäó Championship. Massa came within a point of winning the season and was leading the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix when Piquet Jnr deliberately crashed, bringing out the safety car. When much of the field took the opportunity to pit there … Continue reading Piquet Jnr: Massa blames me for lost championship
Why the team orders rule must stay
Those who call for the team orders ban to be scrapped have failed to understand why Sunday’s events were controversial and why a repeat must be prevented.
Massa ordered to hand win to Alonso
2010 German Grand PrixPosted on
Ferrari controversially instructed Felipe Massa to hand victory in the German Grand Prix to Fernando Alonso.
Links: Ferrari on team ordersPosted on
Plus, new hope for Canadian GP
Should Ferrari get a penalty?
Why I think team orders move was legal
F1’s unwritten rules: team orders editionPosted on
We all know team orders are banned. But we also know teams can get away with doing certain things to manipulate the running order of their drivers.