F1 » Force India blasts 'ridiculous' driving standards in Montreal


Felipe Massa and Robert Kubica have been berated for their 'crazy' and 'ridiculous' driving during last weekend's Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal - as the pair nearly took out Force India's Vitantonio Liuzzi and Adrian Sutil respectively

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richard

June 16, 2010 4:33 PM

force india should have a look at the overhead shots before blaming anyone. button moved across, to take his line, outside massa. massa had absolutely no where to go, as liuzzi was inside of him! in other words, there were three cars trying to take a single line through the first corner. was it buttons fault, or was it liuzzis? it is hard to say, but it certainly wasnt massas!

Olek - Unregistered

June 16, 2010 5:03 PM

@ Taz
Spot on!
@ GreenEnvy 22
LOL!

Did I fall asleep, when did Kubica hit any Force India car? Didn't he just cut across Sutil and make him crap his pants?

Stevenson needs to get over himself!
It's called racing!

FreddyFreeloader - Unregistered

June 16, 2010 5:29 PM

FI fully justified. Some very hard moves were put on there drivers buy the bigger teams. The Kubica move was reckless. He should get a grid drop for that. You think he'd know better having survived a 170 MPH crash at the same track

UpYours - Unregistered

June 16, 2010 9:53 PM

Richard you are so correct. Just to clarify the point Quebec province is the only Canadian province that does not allow filtering right on a red traffic light as the Quebecoise are just nuts and kill each other so they banned the action in Quebec and Montreal is the Provincial capital. Frankly both the drivers concerned should have been black flagged as I thought it was F1 no dodgem cars that I should have been watching. Thank the Lord that they did not seriously inconvenience any of the other drivers.

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