F1 » Lauda: Brawn wrong to tell Rosberg not to pass Hamilton


Niki Lauda: From a sporting perspective, that was wrong. They should have let [Rosberg] go...

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Shakey - Unregistered

April 01, 2013 4:39 PM

Enforce team orders and guarantee a 3+4 finish for a struggling team? Or let dubious fuel load race away and leave obvious fuel load unprotected and sacrifice 30 points?

Ross made the right call at this stage of the campaign, but because it's somebody being told to sit behind Hamilton EVERYBODY goes up in arms about favouritism and team orders.

Ross guaranteed 30 points for his team, who incidentally pay all the wages.

stevyweavy - Unregistered

April 01, 2013 6:15 PM

Well that's that then Brawn out by the end of the season if not sooner. He is not going to take ****e from someone who has never been a successful race team director.

Didier Pironi - Unregistered

April 02, 2013 5:00 PM

Brawn is on another ego -trip here ..something akin to 'I have the power and I'll wield it' perhaps makes him feel important? No reason at all to call off Rosberg at this stage of the season. And hey if Rosberg can obey a team order, couldn't Hamilton too?I mean it wouldn't take much to say 'Lewis don't challenge Nico' - Brawn is a ***** on some kind of power trip - this guy really brings F1 into disrepute

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