F1 » Korean Grand Prix red-flagged


This weekend's inaugural Korean Grand Prix has been red-flagged after only a handful of laps behind the safety car due to conditions being deemed too dangerous to continue

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FreeJack - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 7:47 AM

Take it up with mother nature, boys. It's safest for everyone on this track that they red flagged it in these conditions, that surface was going to be like an ice skating rink.

cas - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 7:49 AM

these are 'the best' drivers in the world, we should see them driving to the conditions,the throttle works both ways, yes stop is one of them.
Button said he's 'Driving completely blind' so leaving more distance to the car in front would make sence so if that means they need to change tyres more often to keep the car stable, then do it.

RawDawg

October 24, 2010 7:52 AM
Last Edited 1398 days ago

Shut the f'k up.

These guys are the best in the world. If they say it's too dangerous than it's too dangerous. They are the ones risking life and limbs you f'kin' dumbasses.

I'll take their word over anyone of you pansies.

Sweeble - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 7:54 AM

Unfortunately there's no real (bike) racing today, so I've had to tune into the overpaid hairdressers show. When I switched on I thought there might be some racing due to rain, but I guess they think it might be a bit dangerous or something. I think they've forgotten that they are there to entertain us - what a load of ponces.

john - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 8:05 AM

reckon webber/alonso and company are just scared lewis will sail away in the rain as he is fearless and prospers in difficult conditions.johnr

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