F1 » Kimi takes Perez ‘punishment’ to new level


An aggrieved Kimi Raikkonen has suggested extreme measures may be necessary to make Sergio Perez think twice about his overtaking moves.

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tom - Unregistered

May 29, 2013 6:00 PM

monaco should be taken off the calendar. its nothing but a borefest track. bring back one of the old tracks they used back in the 70's. sure the drivers like it, they all have their yachts there. i do not like tracks where the winner is almost always decided in qualifying. here's a thought two races at spa or cota.

Rafael - Unregistered

May 29, 2013 10:32 PM

Mha
"To me, both were taking a risk, Kimi for squeezing and Checo for risking it a bit late under braking".

Same for me, just a racing incident, nothing more. All the rest is BS.

Yak - Unregistered

May 30, 2013 7:33 AM

Agree with the idea that people are just blindly following Kimi and bashing Perez. Kimi had to leave room. He'd picked his line, and then drifted over in the braking zone. No, he wasn't turning in. He had the middle of the track, and then moved it over to block. The line he was taking towards the corner was nowhere near turning in. Perez's attempt down the inside was certainly ambitious, possibly slightly deranged, but Kimi's no saint in this either.

scout

May 30, 2013 4:02 PM

SERGIO PEREZ,SHOULD LEARN TO DRIVE A GRAND PRIX CAR AND LEARN WHERE HE CAN AND CAN NOT PASS, IF HE CARRYS ON, AS HE IS DOING, HE WILL CAUSE A VERY BAD ACCIDENT OR WORST KILL SOMEONE .HE JUST A ACCIDENT LOOKING TO HAPPEN ,HE SHOULD BE TAKEN OUT OF THE CAR TO TEACH HIM WHAT HE HAS,WHICH IS SOMETHING NOT TO THROW AWAY ON BAD DRIVING....../

tom - Unregistered

May 31, 2013 9:02 PM

a lot of comments regarding kimi leaving room for perez at chicane has me confused. is there room for two cars there? sure looks like first one there gets the corner.

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