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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stone

June 06, 2010 1:33 AM

Given that Max is great friends with Dietrich, the owner of red bull, would we expect any less than this statement. FOM has still pulled all video of the crash off youtube, Max wading in with his vomit, whats going on???...probably a bit concerned with the betting market reaction are we boys!!!!

Locks46+91+38&2

June 06, 2010 4:36 PM

Considering Max Mosley's past connections it's no wonder he sides with Vettel.If i was Vettel i would do all i could to distance myself from this rather poor example of a human being.Go against the trend of your so called team Seb and take this chance to redeem yourself.

LoveF1

June 07, 2010 10:47 PM

Max is sooo slimy. Like the typical crafty lawyer, he includes some facts and leaves out others that work against his position.

Quote:

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

Yes, but er...how exactly did the *collision* come about? And you can't have it both ways. If he had passed/cleared Webber, there would have been NO COLLISION!!!

And now, I wait for richard to tell me off for posting again on the subject :)

But I REFUSE to go and stand in the corner :?

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