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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reality - Unregistered

November 03, 2012 9:31 PM

I suspected it was fuel when Horner would not say 'no it isn't' when asked if it was a fuel issue. They tried to pretend it was something else and hoped that the fuel issue might be overlooked. Always on the lookout for a loophole or cheating? In this case I say cheating and telling big fibs. Pure bull.

Taipan

November 03, 2012 9:31 PM

Pittit, I'll go back and have a look at what you said on the 12 of May...

Oh I can't, you're just another unregistered troll who has no right picking on a registered users previous posts when you aint bold enough to register and make your previous post available to anyone!

richard

November 03, 2012 9:32 PM

jose. have it your own way! why not read the stewards report?
and i seem to remember that schumi won a race from last place. and then there was button (albeit courtesy of safety car) who came from 30 secs behind last car, to a win. not saying that seb will win, but i think that he will still get good points. we'll see!

Nick - Unregistered

November 03, 2012 9:36 PM

Richard. Looks like you have been outed here. You come out with facts and figures with a load of garbage and what is now fact, lies as well, even though you have already stated tonight that you don't like to be called a liar. 175 days ago you posted that comment. So are you a liar?

Phil - Unregistered

November 03, 2012 9:37 PM

So Macca knew when the short filled Lewis, but RBR didn't know that they'd short filled Vettel yeah right.
Sounds like fanboy reasoning to me.

LewisMerc - Unregistered

November 03, 2012 9:37 PM

the penalty at last sends a strong message to those who are prepared to break the rules. lulu/mclaren has done this before, and they were well warned that such a move would be harshly punished. put this with a number of events recently where lulu has got away scot free and it was only a matter of time before something cracked.
Posted by richard (175 days ago)

polo. how have i outed myself?? the rule exists because mclaren/lulu did this before. anybody who sends their car out in quali, knowing that it cannot make it back to the pits, is CHEATING. lulu got away with his off track pass in bahrain, and he got away without real penalties last year, for a number of offences. if mclaren/lulu keep pushing the limits, they must be expecting to get caught some time. this is that time. they will be more circumspect next time.

pcmax. why would i have any comment on short fuelling?
Posted by richard (175 days ago)

Jose - Unregistered

November 03, 2012 9:40 PM

jjj,
"Yeah that's because the chilly fuel flowing into the engine cools it down"
I hope you are joking. Over rich mixture lowers the combustion temperatures... in turn lowers engines running temp.
Cool fuel interning the intake manifold goes straight to the
combustion chamber. Has no effect on eng. operating temp.
the fuel is really not cool..After compressed by the high
pressure injection pump. The fuel then has a steady very warn
temp. this constant temp aids in making the fuel mixture
settings. care when making this adjustment..Getting it wrong
can and will do some $$$ damage
Methink JJJ and Richard stick to playing with your
Keyboards.

The Badman, Jose

Jose - Unregistered

November 03, 2012 9:46 PM

Tiapan,
Just give me the date and I'll re post your post.
Again just send me the date...
Richard you are not very truthful. Your creditability here
on the forum, has no standing.

The Dog, Jose

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