F1 » POLL: Did the FIA WMSC get Renault's penalty right?


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richard

September 22, 2009 4:54 PM

powerline. mosley willNOT be standing for re-election next month, so i doubt that it would be neccessary to resign at this late stage.i would admit that i dont think that ari or jean are suitable for the job, and i would like to see someone else throw their hat into the ring.

Trevor - Unregistered

September 22, 2009 5:32 PM

I have always stood up for F1 when people around me rubbished it in the past, but somehow I see myself starting to understand why people do say bad things about it when the FIA deliver such a megre punishment. It is time that every team (inc. Ferrari) are dealt with the same. The fact that Renault wasn't fined is a joke compared to the McLaren penalty in 2007. Glad Max is going, shame it wasn't a year or so ago. But if Todt does come in I am finished with it as I think it will be just the same.
As for not wanting Renault to leave F1, if they want out I think they should go, maybe they have already decided to, watch this space !!

P.S. still can't believe Alonso didn't know anything about !!

rob01

September 22, 2009 5:34 PM

Yes Sunny.. I think he owes Bernie a slapping as well. How can Bernie keep his limelight and Max head to the sidelines. I do not think that Max after helping Bernie build Formula One is happy to see Bernie keep his job. They are a team. And Bernie was not one hundred percent behind Max during the ousting of Max by FOTA.

nicola - Unregistered

September 22, 2009 5:40 PM

it was to be expected, a slap on the wrist but renault is punished enough anyway, noone now remembers renault for clean campaign for their new electric car Leaf from nissan so they will pay the price for years to come, and as for piquet he pays the price by not being able to get a drive....
am shocked to realise it has taken this long for people to come to realise the whole thing is a farce. this industry does not help anyone, never mind stopping the conflicts in iraz or saving starving children in somalia. just watch it as a soap opera.. treat it as an entertainment
noone is cheating until caught , this is the rule of F1 and every one bends the rules and sabotage the other, which is normal

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