F1 » Pace 'surprises' Vettel; Webber rues 'dreaming' Kimi


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FreQ

June 20, 2009 7:29 PM

You should look at this stuff in isolation, I couldn't believe the commentators didn't pick up on it. Kimi was on the racing line at the end of the straight. Webber definately lost a couple of tenths there.

If Alonso got a penalty at Monza for "blocking" 100m up the road, Kimi definately deserves one.

But penalties never have been consistent in F1 have they?

Dario - Unregistered

June 20, 2009 9:07 PM

I'm sure Kimi had a hard time estimating Webber's closing speed. You can't guess where you should be. What if he did stay on the inside, but Webber passed him in the apex? It would have been even worse for Webber. With Kimi on the outside, only his entry was slightly compromised.

And the difference from Massa and Hamilton is that these two aren't in a direct title fight so there's less change of purposeful foul play.

You don't want traffic in qualifying? Go back to the 'one car on track at a time' format that we had a few years back.

Alan - Unregistered

June 21, 2009 12:35 AM

There's no way they could give Kimi a penelty, ferrari would only threaten to leave take them to coart over it and drag f1 through the mud

Oh wait, their already doing that right now

JJW - Unregistered

June 21, 2009 12:39 AM

Well... Once again it is Ferrari and if they take over the FIA, which is their little game plan, (or they will destroy F1 - either will do) then no one would stand a chance

Humpydog

June 21, 2009 2:12 AM

What he actuslly said was, "I don't know what he was doing, drinking vodka or dreaming or something."

I don't know about grid penalties but a size nine broghan up his ass might be in order.

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