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Were Ferrari right to hand Felipe Massa a five-place grid penalty in Texas?

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Garry - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 4:25 PM

If you look through years of history in GP racing, this is the 'norm' be it right or wrong. Prewar Mercedes team pulling the #2 driver out of the car during the race for #1' same at BRM in the sixties along with Lotus. Tactics like this are normal even though we all don't like to see it happening. Remember too, there is a lot of money and prestige on the line....

jacquester

November 20, 2012 5:34 PM

Hard to believe 33% of the pollsters said Ferrari went to far... Are you kidding!! You people are clueless!! This is F1 baby. Get out of the caves. This is the PINNACLE. Total Kudos to Ferrari!! Alonso still has an outside chance. Let's start jinxing Vettel (13pts)

whitew - Unregistered

November 21, 2012 9:17 AM

Ferrari are heading back to the bad days when Schummy was there.

It was legitimate but sort of against the spirit of the sport, as were the 2 breaks of curfew at the last race.

But Alonso fits in a spoilt child, after all F1 used to be about racing and when Vettel was racing wheel to wheel with Alonso earlier in the season, Alonso was straight on the radio to get Seb punished.

Alonso thinks he is way better than he actually is and it was funny to see him in a cowboy had on sunday. Suited him.....

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