F1 » Vettel sent to back of the grid in Abu Dhabi


In a major twist to the world championship battle, Sebastian Vettel has had his qualifying times deleted and will now start from the pit lane in the 2012 F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

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believeme5

November 03, 2012 8:56 PM

This is probably Alonso's only chance to keep the championship alive till Brazil and a track to suit the Ferrari He has been thrown a lifeline.I hope he uses it wisely.Massa may have to "slow " Vettel .Ferrari strategists will be burning the midnight oil again tonight

Codger - Unregistered

November 03, 2012 8:56 PM

I see that RBR have removed Vettel's car from Parc ferme "To investigate further" and will now be starting from the pit lane. Doesn't that mean they can now alter things and fine tune it, thereby gaining an advantage they would not have if starting from the back of the grid? Or am I wrong??

LewisMerc - Unregistered

November 03, 2012 8:59 PM

i never said that lulu was cheating


Richard

as they say in some part of Africa, The person who lies doesn't remember, but the people they lie to would always remember.

Jose - Unregistered

November 03, 2012 9:02 PM

Richard,
"it is possible that engine was running too rich which caused overheating to engine"..

Methinks you have things a little up side down mate...
My Cosworth BDA Lucas injection..
Adjust the fuel mixture RICH..cool running, easy on the plugs
adjust mixture LEAN, hot engine, melts the tips off the plugs..
Can and has burned holes in the pistons ..$$$$
Do you really know what you are talking about?..

richard

November 03, 2012 9:08 PM

pitpit and lulumerc. i dislike being called a liar by you.
unlike you two, i am registered so you can look back on my posts. please do so and show me where i have said that lulu is a cheat!
you hide behind anonymity, i dont.
the rules are specific and neither driver is responsible for putting too little fuel in their car. if the team make a c ock up, the penalty should be the same.

richard

November 03, 2012 9:14 PM

jose. just saw your post. unfortunately f1 does not use bdas. but in the current f1, too much fuel does in fact cause overheating in the cylinders and exhaust, due to the increase in fuel being used and therefore the conversion of fuel to more energy which is expressed in heat.

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