F1 » Rosberg penalty to hand Brawn teams' title?

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Look, just have computer programme where teams pay to play. They can set their own variables, then let the programme run and then publish the results, and (if the powers to be think it needs a bit of spicing up) have these little "games" at the end.

Heck, a computer designs the circuits - lets have the race there as well.

Too many technical restrictions
Too many rules
To much safety paranoia
Too many boring circuits


October 04, 2009 10:56 AM

Penalty or no penalty, this is the most ridiculous season I've witnessed. Too many rules, too many rules makers, too many off track issues affecting actual racing. We finally get rid of refueling next year, about time, now can we just get rid of the flippin' safety car. It does nothing for the racing. If there's an accident, red flag the race and restart it once the accident is cleared. Target time for getting back to the pits when the safety car is deployed? Who comes up with this crap? Like last week, Vettel took less time to reach his pit from the entrance because he took a different line, but he exceeded the time calculated. With a 2nd, or possible 1st, he'd now be 11 to 13 points back.

Rozza - Unregistered

October 04, 2009 11:25 AM

On the ITV-F1 site it says Rosberg did drive too fast, however he got off as he'd been unable to see the display due to a low fuel warning on his dash.

I'll have to use that one the next time I'm pulled over for speeding. WTF are the FIA playing at? He was speeding but not? The rule states that he has to adhere to a limit... the same limit as everybody else.

The strange indecipherable grid penalties now this? Typical FIA meddling (or is that muddling) at its most blatant.

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