F1 » Williams: Rubens deserves 'a smack' for 'red card' outburst


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sokudo - Unregistered

July 12, 2009 6:38 PM

@ max, you're right there. the pictur is actually of him having to watch mosley doing a practical demonstration. news of the world never caught that expression.

finnegan

July 12, 2009 6:41 PM
Last Edited 1873 days ago

You gota be quick to stand a chance and rubens only had the 11th quickest lap of the race so whos faults that rubens not the teams thats for sure ye he was pi**ed off but he dint have a chance red bull wo just to fast 2day. Could of been worse rubens thow you could off slaged your team off all year have them work there a**s off over the last 3 weeks and throw it all away on the 1st corner, & then add to the inslult by radioing the pits asking to park it on lap 20 of 60 class act aynt you lewis.

richard

July 12, 2009 7:28 PM

finnegan, barrow has certainly been guilty , in the past, of ramming others off the track, but this time, it is quite clear that webber made a sudden swerve into him. barow kept in a straight line! that said, if he had been able to go ona two stop strategy, e might have been worse off, as even with the short last stint, his tyres were gone. he couldnt have run half the race on those tyres!

derek0113 - Unregistered

July 12, 2009 8:41 PM

It just shows you that Brawn didn't react to the change in the harder compound tyre being so good in the middle of the race, going by their data the three stop was the way to go, but in increase in ambient changed all that, three stopping proved to be the wrong way, so much for Brawn being a tactiction also the Brawn was in a false position on the grid being as they were fueled light. I have sympathy for RB

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