F1 » Monza 'rings Ferrari alarm bells'

Pat Fry says Ferrari alarm bells were ringing after Monza race

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Steve - Unregistered

September 10, 2012 2:26 PM

I don't believe Vettel should have been penalized yesterday, especially after some of Alonso's overtakes this year when he's barged cars out of the way without penalty.

Ich - Unregistered

September 10, 2012 2:27 PM

FERRARI is already doing much better than the rest in reliability and team work, but if you want to stay on top, that's the attitude you gotta have.

dcts46 - Unregistered

September 10, 2012 3:30 PM

@ steve
Im not gonna talk about history but after watching several replays on this incident it did look like Seb had a slight jink left as Alonso came around his outside . It would be impossible for me to say whether it was a correction mid corner or not but the stewards have all the data they need to make that call and he was judged to have done something he shouldnt . If i was Alonso and thought it had been done on purpose I would have cornered him behind the pits out of view and kicked the **** out of him !

frontwing - Unregistered

September 10, 2012 7:34 PM

Well what decision would you expect in italy, not agaist an italian team is a forgone conclusion.
Vettel was not at fault.
This sort of allegation only destroys the image of the sport.

Tinky - Unregistered

September 10, 2012 7:39 PM

What makes me laugh about people saying vettel should'nt have been given the penalty cos it was the same move alonso did in 2011 are so wrong and they should really go watch the vids on you tube. Alonso gave vettel nearly a full cars width in 2011 and even moves back to right to give vettel the space to make the move. vettel on the other hand moves left and pushes alonso completely off the track. Also the rules this year states u must leave a cars width which wasnt the case last year. Vettel diserved his penalty.

pcxmac - Unregistered

September 11, 2012 12:40 AM

alonso was stupid enough to pass on the outside coming out of a turn, he also overreacted when he could kept at least half his car on the road. If a driver wants to pass someone they need to make sure the pass is safe, Alonso just stuck it in there hoping Vettel would move over for him and take a much slower line.

If Vettel had taken a wider exit Alonso would have never gotten passed the rear end of Vettel's car.

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