F1 » Hamilton avoids penalty for 'impeding' Rosberg


Stewards rule in Lewis Hamilton's favour, throw out allegations that he slowed unnecessarily in the last corner during the final part of Q3

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Luke - Unregistered

June 23, 2012 7:09 PM

So let me get this right. Nico kicks off because lulu slows down in the final sector. Apparently causing him to slow and it being dangerous . But turns out that nico was slower the lap previous. So could be accused of the same thing he is now throwing a wobbly over... Got to love f1 politics..

jose - Unregistered

June 23, 2012 7:09 PM

Taipan,

You again, well I disagree with every post posted by guess
who?

Willing to bet that ruling didn't go the way you wished..
Really what I think you need is a self destruct button.
May I offer you Brooklyn Bridge?

Badman, Jose

107SS2009

June 23, 2012 8:12 PM

Rosberg was about to start his flying lap when he had to aboard it when he came upon Lulu who was slowing down in the last sector.
Slowing down in the last sector is not allowed so I cannot understand how Lulu escaped yet another penalty.

pablo - Unregistered

June 23, 2012 8:23 PM

this is hilarious!
so Rosberg is bitching about lewis driving unnecessarily slow while he was driving even slower the previous lap??? fortunately for nico he wasn't behind himself lol.
talk about sticking your foot in your mouth...

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