F1 » Schumacher, Senna fall out over accident


Michael Schumacher and Bruno Senna had sharply differing views of the accident that put both cars out of the Spanish Grand Prix early in the race.

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evelcyclops - Unregistered

May 13, 2012 5:18 PM

Well i think the stewards will call this a racing incident -senna moved off the racing line, but did leave a cars width, so i dont think there is anything that will damange senna rule wise.

however, for me senna was fighting unecessarily - he was not racing those cars and as schumacher suggested, was trying to prove some ridiculous point. This guy is in F1 because of his name only.

I bet schumacher just sishes he's gone down the inside

F1 - Unregistered

May 13, 2012 5:48 PM

The car in front has the right to brake where they need to, as with driving on a road if you hit the car in front it's your fault.

Which is why Schumacher has been given a 5 grid place penalty for Monaco.

Nick - Unregistered

May 13, 2012 5:49 PM

@evel What are you talking about??? This is the guy that deliberatley ran into Hill in '94, did the same to Villeneuve in '97, nearly ran Rubens into the wall in 2010 and ran Hamilton onto the grass in 2011. Gone are the days when people move out of the way from him and Senna was justified in holding his line. Just face the facts, he is a "has been" and it was his fault 100%.

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