F1 » Fans blame Vettel, Mosley blames Webber

Opinion remains divided over the Red Bull Racing implosion at Istanbul Park, althogh the results of a Crash.net poll appear conclusive....

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June 04, 2010 10:51 AM

Max Mosley can stay the hell out. For at least the last half of his reign he was nothing if not bad for the Sport. He has no idea what the fans want, no idea what it's like to be racing these cars or be in these situations an no right to lay down the law on something which can be easily seen.

The sooner websites like this stop reporting the musings of a washed up sociopath like Mosley the better.

vmxer - Unregistered

June 04, 2010 10:56 AM

"It can be clearly seen that Vettel had already passed Webber before the collision and, at that time, Webber should have given him more space, especially as they were already on the far left side of the track. He should have respected his responsibility to the team."

It could be said in hindsight that Vettel should not have attempted the pass but being a racer he did and I aggre with Mosley

Richard F - Unregistered

June 04, 2010 10:57 AM

"It can be clearly seen that Vettel had already passed Webber"

Isn't a car passed once it is passed and not along side? Perhaps
Mosley's eyesight is fading with age ....

Piercarlogassolini - Unregistered

June 04, 2010 11:00 AM

I have my own opinion, as we all do, and for the record I believe Vettel 100% at fault for the incident (and RBR 100% guilty of having dropped a massive PR bollock in showing their hand as SV bumboys). BUT, I would respect and listen to a reasoned argument in SV's favour from someone who has 'been there', such as an ex-racing driver of good standing. We've had that from Martin Brundle, who I think is the ultimate objective analyst of these things. Forget Max's personal habits (and calling him a Nazi is getting boring chaps), he hasn't 'been there' so IMO can just be ignored.

Roger Lacey - Unregistered

June 04, 2010 11:03 AM

Why would anybody be interested in Max Mosleys opinion

He holds no position of any consequence in motor sport and you might as well get the opinion of my dog!!! Martin Brundles comments were more pertinent and given that is and ex F1 driver and is a very able expert commentator i imagien that opinion would be of more interest to everyone

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