F1 » Raikkonen handed Sepang grid penalty

Kimi Raikkonen: It's obviously disappointing to lose three places on the grid, but we'll have to see what happens in the race

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March 23, 2013 8:20 PM

otoh. ( sorry for the abbreviation) there is a troll who posts under numerous names, but can be easily identified because of his diction, spelling and comments remain the same. but all refer to the "epic and great" lulu. one of his names was "rons golden boy", and another poster rechristened him "rons golden troll", so he is since referred to as rgt.

on topic, kimi got off a bit lightly. when delayed, nico was ahead of lulu on time. but i hope that kimi can get back up into the top three.


March 23, 2013 9:04 PM

i must be getting slow! i have just realised why kimi only got a three place penalty. he was seventh on grid, and a five placer would have seen him moved to 12th and he would be allowed to change his tyres, whilst the driver promoted from 11th to 10th, would then have had to start on the quali tyres, instead of having a choice.

but then again, if it is dry, all cars would be allowed to change tyres anyway.

something not quite right????

jim crint - Unregistered

March 23, 2013 10:00 PM

I was warming to Kimi, thinking he may have mellowed after his boorish behaviour during his first F1 career, but after seeing the way he treated Lee McKenzie in a recent interview I say he can go fish. And a three place grid drop is only the beginnings of karma for this truculent Finn! I don't care how fast you are, or how brave, or how talented, that does not give you licence to behave like a right royal p****!!!

lawl - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 12:51 AM

how stupid is the top comment, "can they prove this". of course they can (hence why he got a penalty), can't people believe that legendary kimi makes mistakes?

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