F1 » Domenicali: 'Useless' to complain for the sake of it


First, Fernando Alonso reflected that he had 'reacted emotionally' in his post-Valencia criticism of FIA stewards, and now Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali agrees that 'rationality must prevail over emotions' - even if the Italian stresses changes do need to be made

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DJ - Unregistered

July 01, 2010 10:52 AM

The thing is that neither Hamilton or the FIA new who crossed the saftey car line first, untill they had arial footage. Normally the rest of the field would have been allowed to overtake the saftey car until it picked up the leader, but in this case the saftey cars first job is to escort the medical car to the accident, and it wasn't till after that he let the cars overtake..

lugnut

July 01, 2010 11:05 AM

It was a marginal call by Lewis in my opinion! if he hadn't of hesitated he would have been in the clear anyway and maybe Alonso would have been caught out??
Who knows?
I think ferrari should just stop moaning and get on with the job in hand, they still have a chance of the WDC however small and lets face it they had plenty of bad decisions go their way when MSC was driving for them!

FreddyFreeloader - Unregistered

July 01, 2010 11:09 AM

Ferrari are my team so I'm glad there calming down. They were embarasing themselves and going way over the top. I'm still really surprised LH can have such an effect on FA - a two time WDC. I'm worried that FA has convinced Ferrari that they need to "knobble" LH in order to beat him. They don't, the car is fast but its not qualifying well enough. They need to work on quali setup and stop worrying about LH.

Adey2000 - Unregistered

July 01, 2010 11:44 AM

Am I the only one who finds the whole Alonso seething at "Hameelton" situation quite amusing? I used to really like Alonso - I thought he was one of the real quality drivers in the field, but he's never got over being beaten by Hamilton in the same car, and it seems to be gradually destroying him. Being a true F1 fan I love to watch quality drivers - no matter which team they drive for - but Alonso just doesn't seem to be able to get over any of it. It's now quite funny because I just imagine him with smoke coming out of his ears whenever he's near Hamilton on the track!

vmxer - Unregistered

July 01, 2010 11:56 AM

I can see Stefano Domenicali pushed aside for a new team principal after the end of this season.

He just does not have what it takes to do the job

Teacher - Unregistered

July 01, 2010 12:00 PM

Haha, school ist out for summer?
Full of boyos hier...spelling and grammar at very very lowe level...new instead of knew, arial instead of aerial, etc.
"Lamemilton" fans are exactly like him.

And he did not hesitated, just drove slower to block Alonso and deny him a position in front of the safey car also. Cheeky move though.
But how many times can be Button told to stand down (see Turkey)? Dennis boyo will not take the championship anymore...as in never.

Calvin _

July 01, 2010 12:00 PM

vmxer, well he has a difficult job, with FA and LdM apparently being governed by their emotions. He can tell FA to calm down but how does he tell LdM to calm down?

He's probably too nice a guy for the job.

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