F1 » Ferrari considers Vettel matter closed

Ferrari says the controversy over Sebastian Vettel's suggested yellow flag overtake on Jean-Eric Vergne in Brazil is at an end

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Ming - Unregistered

November 30, 2012 5:45 PM

I love armchair enthusiasts!!!!! So full of knowledge and non-biased.
Has anyone read the F1 rule book, cover to cover? How many people on here know the inside workings of the paddock and pit lane?
Accept the rulings of the Stewards and FIA.
At the end of the day it's only a sport!

Wacko - Unregistered

November 30, 2012 6:40 PM

Well now that that's over with :)

Next Season Infiniti will become the title Sponsor for RBR. So then the "they are just a drinks company" stuff should finally (I certainly hope so)go away.

It stills rubs me the wrong way that Ferrari first tried to soil Vettels title run by dredging this up. But then to admit it is a done deal without so much as a congratulations or tip of the cap to the victor is just so juvenile. Welcome to the bigs!


November 30, 2012 7:00 PM

The request/letter for a clarification from the FIA regarding Vettel's passing move came about through the need to shed light on the circumstance of the move which came out on the internet only a few days after the race, the request/letter was in no way intended to undermine the legality of the race result. “This is a declaration by FERRARI”.
Real FERRARI fans/followers/supporters are forever, FERRARI would have looked like letting down their fans/followers/supporters if they didn't asked for a clarification from the FIA about this matter after the move came about, and anybody whose trust in FERRARI is weakened by their action over this matter is not a FERRARI fan/follower/ supporter and so it will not matter to them.


November 30, 2012 8:00 PM

sunny. i was one of the disagrees. but that was about your last comment.
i have stuck with ferrari through thick and thin, and even this year, when they, along with macca, were moaning about every thing that rbr did.
but the reason i have gone off them is alonso. his constant moaning over anything, even against ferrari itself, and their giving in to him, to the detriment of flip, is cringe worthy.
their move on flips gearbox was probably inspired by ferdi moaning about being on the wrong side of the grid.
ferdi has let ferrari down, and they have succumbed to his demands. its very sad really.
i dont like what they have become, but maybe when ferdi goes, i could go back to supporting them?


November 30, 2012 8:34 PM

Richard, your disagree has been acknowledged at least you have been open about it, in fact it has been assumed/anticipated before you posted.
FERRARI as all other teams cannot please everybody more so those that had already shifted their support elsewhere, but they do understand that this is a free world and that support for them is not possible when in competition with a team where support has been shifted too.


November 30, 2012 8:45 PM

sunny. it is not about shifting support anywhere. i support different teams for different reasons. rbr due their bringing a bit of fresh air to f1. sauber as they are a small dedicated team, str because they are technically the minardi underdog etc ferrari was due to their perserverance and dedication the the sport, but they have severly stretched my loyalty, and as i said, that is down to their current driver. (not flip)

Mark _

November 30, 2012 8:46 PM

@Sunny - I was another one of the disagrees. I think that you can still be a fan of a team without agreeing with everything that they do unconditionally. As richard said some things that they have done I find cringe worthy.

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