F1 » Raikkonen fuming at lost points


Kimi Raikkonen hits out at Sergio Perez over the points lost following their clash in the Monaco Grand Prix

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nymad - Unregistered

May 27, 2013 9:11 AM

I really think SP should have been sent to the Stewards for his reckless driving throughout the entire race.
He totally deserved to be put into the wall and taught a lesion. If he believes Kimi should have let him through, when he was 3/4 of a car length back, he is just crazy.

slayer - Unregistered

May 27, 2013 9:30 AM

If Not for Perez and Di Resta Monaco would have been a boring race. Former champions are fair game and if they cant handle a natural talent challenging them then they should get out of the way. Never heard so much whinging and moaning by Kimi from Button i would expect it.

For me Kimi pushed him into the barrier but i dont think it was deliberate he just did not see Mccas No 1 driver coming through.

Taz

May 27, 2013 9:35 AM

Grosjean is getting hammered (quite rightly) for poor driving standards but Perez seems to get away with it. You just know an accident isn't far away with him, Whitmarsh is encouraging this behavior.

Kimi's "punch in the face" quote was hilarious.

iusedtobesleepy

May 27, 2013 10:15 AM

Too right Kimi. I actually laughed out loud when you put him in the wall. Whilst we want to see overtaking, I don't class diving up the inside causing the other driver to run through the chicane thereby being forced to give up a place they hadn't actually lost is NOT racing, it is just dirty.

James Hunt - Unregistered

May 27, 2013 10:28 AM

Still I am amazed how Kimi's raw reflected on the last 2 laps. From 16th to 10th in 5 laps. Epic.

Well, perhaps due to its fresher tyre, but still... keeping up the records...

jim crint - Unregistered

May 27, 2013 10:32 AM

Perez is not making friends in F1 and payback is a bitch, as he's going to find out. The race was one of the slowest I've ever seen, the cars were so bunched up. The top drivers on this sport really know what they are doing. That side by side with Webber & Lewis was great racing. Sergio should look back at this race and see how it should be done.

Funny how McLaren's number 1 driver put himself out of the race while the number 2, who would have qualified ahead, possibly 5th, but for a fuel pump problem, brought the car home for some good points yet again!

bob - Unregistered

May 27, 2013 10:49 AM

While it's true that Sergio put some good moves in, on Button and Alonso, both of his moves on Kimi were not on. Not to mention his defending moves on Button on the first lap...

It's one thing to out brake another driver and get the inside line to a corner, but it's another thing entirely to just release the brakes FAR too early and just kamikaze up the inside and expect everyone to get out of your way. It's not clever, smart or talented - it's pure GP2 stuff.

His first move on Kimi was a perfect example - no contact, thanks to Kimi, but Perez STILL didn't make the corner himself. That says it all really.

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