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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me - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 8:28 PM

to all those in favor off idiotic conspiracy theories i got a question for you STR is basically a red bull team with a ferrari engine now which boss should they obey in a similar situation ferrari or red bull ? just wondering

jose - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 8:30 PM

I see that some you fans really trust Ferrari. Not me baby.
Ferrari will do anything and everything to win. No smoke or
fire here, but we all can speculate, given Ferrari's history its
something to think abut. Perez, I just hope he is not a one hit wonder.
Methink a couple of runs like today, Peter Sauber it may be
time for a Massa, Perez swap. Remember Ferrari is all about
winning.

Old Jose



Einar - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 8:32 PM

I got sick in my stomach about today results. Politics are turning this sport again into joke.
Way would the Sauber team want to back Perez down and let him cruise to 2nd place,when they had a real change of winning today. That is something that don,t happen everyday for this time, It is the start of the season and you just go for the win if you have a change,not thinking about collecting points.
Perez is a part of Ferraris young drivers program,they didnt want the youngster to win there no 1 driver.
I am starting to lose all respect for Ferrari, they think they can justify engineering the final result again and again(exp Massa against Alonso last year) when at the same time millons of people sit at home watching this so called sport

kikiriki - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 9:02 PM

to those naysayers that there's no conspiracy:
1. Even the blind-man can see that Sauber Team is one of the teams with the least sponsors on the track, so basically they need money.
2. Ferrari is engine provider to Sauber.
3. Sergio Perez came from Ferrari youth academy, basically he's Ferrari driver.
4. 1+1 equals 2, never 3 and today Ferrari and Sauber tell us that our math is wrong.

cheers

Luis Neto - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 9:17 PM

This is very sad. When Perez got behind Alonso he was almost 1 second quicker than him in every previous single lap. So why was Sauber so careful? Why didnt they said we need that position when he was 4 or 5 seconds behind? He risked having an off while trying to catch Alonso, so why not tell him to slow down? But what makes me sad, is that the ones that lose, is us, the fans. I was ecstatic and chhering for this mexican guy, coming out of nowhere and that was going to win the race. Remind me of Senna in Monaco 84. Perez was amazing, and then, they robbed me, robbed us of seeing history. Thank you very much...Shame on Ferrari, they rule F1.

kikiriki - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 10:18 PM

You can disagree as much as you want, F1 was always about drivers driving cars (even Branded ones like Ferrari) not cars driving drivers.
Commercialism is killing F1 as every other sport. Phuy

chrisF1 - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 10:26 PM

I really cant believe Im reading all these conspiracy theory comments. Are you all really that nieve to follow trumped up reporting to get people reading articles. Do you not think it is sensible to BE CAREFULL when 18 points are in the bag and anyway he wasn't was he, went off and was lucky not to end up in the gravel, give the boy a break he drove a stunning race as did Alonso and those points are like gold to Sauber.

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