F1 » Ecstatic Sauber dismisses 'conspiracy' talk


The Sauber F1 team were overjoyed with their best ever result after claiming with second place in Malaysia - and no wild conspiracy theories were going to bring them down.

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blzbub

March 25, 2012 6:27 PM

Have Sauber really won so many races that they can afford to give up victories, what next, instruct STR drivers to block the Bulls. Victory for Alonso 'and' Ferrari in the dog-ugly F2012 puts The Straw Clutchers Society into full swing!

Funky_j - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 6:46 PM

Conspiracy????? What a load of rubbish. How many races has a Renault powered car (such as a red bull) beaten the Renault factory cars?

How many times has a Mercedes powered car (eg Mclaren ) beaten Mercedes factory team.

We don't hear people crying about conspiracy theories then so why now?

DBL

March 25, 2012 6:46 PM

You've got to be a bit simple to think there's any type of conspiracy. They were probably thinking of Maldonado's last lap brain fart in Melbourne, so go easy Sergio. In other words, DRS move only down the main straight, don't risk one unexpectedly up the inside in another corner. The radio message was from the previous lap, way before his off, probably after his DRS go. No driver would do what he did if they were asked to slow down, they would just slow down.

RMedia

March 25, 2012 7:32 PM

Points means money don't bin it like Pastor did in Aus... and that was in the dry! You gotta be stupid if that was a team order and Checo would risk disguising it as an off, if it was actually a team order it would simply had Checo to slow down and blame it on some dodgy reading on the pit telemetry...

limited slip - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 7:52 PM

Come on, stop looking for stories where there are none. Sauber use a customer engine they are not part of the Ferrari team. All they were saying is don't bin it with an aggressive pass. Can't to see him in Massa's car, if Ferrari are serious about the constructers title they need to make the move quick.

limited slip - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 7:54 PM

Come on, stop looking for stories where there are none. Sauber use a customer engine they are not part of the Ferrari team. All they were saying is don't bin it with an aggressive pass. Can't wait to see him in Massa's car, if Ferrari are serious about the constructers title they need to make the move quick.

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