F1 » Grosjean escapes censure for qualifying clash

Stewards take no action over clash between Romain Grosjean and Pedro de la Rosa in Brazil

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ROOKIE - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 7:57 PM

ya ya ..had he qualified in front of alonso...he gets 10 places...what is goin on he crashes and its nothin and maldonado missing weigh check...gets 10 places...

LJ - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 9:46 PM

I personally think the stewards were kind, I don't see where DLR went wrong, Grosjean should have waited until the end of the lap to overtake. There was time for many more laps as everyone was fuelled for multi-lap runs. Like others have said, Grosjean shows poor judgement time and time again. If it's the pressure of being in F1 and keeping his seat thats getting to him, maybe he shouldn't be in the sport full stop as other drivers don't continue to make the same mistakes.

Say what you want about Maldonado and all his penalties, but his on track behaviour has seemingly improved which is the most important.

DK - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 10:43 PM

Robo01 yes the Lotus must be awfully slow, hence Raikkonen being third in the drivers championship and a grand prix winner. So slow......

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