F1 » FIA makes road offence proposal


The FIA makes moves to possibly punish drivers for offences on the public roads

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Neil Sheffield

September 09, 2010 12:40 PM

What next, being fined for not eating the same breakfasts as the Race Stewards. It's a completely different way of driving, and I dont think these drivers should get done, when they are not on the race track!. How will this be governed then????

racingbod - Unregistered

September 09, 2010 12:59 PM

Erm didn't R Schumacher get done for over 110mph in the UK when driving for Williams? Don't remember the FIA having an opinion then. LH does a couple of 10mph wheelspins and their up like fecking meercats

TheGrouch

September 09, 2010 1:21 PM

Corrections:

The FIA has made a proposal to change F1's International Sporting Code, which could see drivers penalised for any motoring offences on public roads.

should read

The FIA has made a proposal to change F1's International Sporting Code, which could see NON-FERRARI drivers penalised for any motoring offences on public roads.

mebrew - Unregistered

September 09, 2010 2:02 PM

What right have the FIA to make such a proposal when they cannot police competitions in which they are involved,impartially. F1 should withdraw from the FIA as they (the FIA) clearly partisan in the judgements.

Calvin _

September 09, 2010 2:15 PM

MSc took over a taxi to get to the airport faster. What did we hear from the FIA, nothing.

What right does the FIA have to go outside of the sports which they govern into the real world?

How will they know that a driver has committed an offense, if it is not reported in the press? Do they have a mechanism for finding out, or will only those outed by the press be penalised? Not very impartial if you ask me.

daytona81

September 09, 2010 2:20 PM

why couldnt FOTA just break away when they considered it. this sport would be awesome right now. just take the rule book from the FIA and make adjustments that need to be made and theres the rules. the FIA are a bunch of dumb asses

Binza - Unregistered

September 09, 2010 2:46 PM

This is like saying The Football Association will suspend for 3 games any Premiership footballer who cheats on his other half....Total bo11ocks!

empower - Unregistered

September 09, 2010 2:57 PM

Its funny alonso was filmed speeding the same weekend and it nearly went unreported. the evidence was there but the police took no action. The press made no issue out of it. Lewis was dumb that weekend he should relise by now the same rules dont apply to him. especially down under. would webber of been arrested i think not. with all the drivers in the past which have been caught speeding and it takes lewis spining his wheels at 5 mph to get the fia to think about this. so press where saying he was doing doughnuts.B4 the press and fia hound the cheat that is alonso. they go after lewis i wonder why

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