F1 » Ferrari 'trusts FIA' over Mercedes decision


Luca di Montezemolo says he trusts the FIA's International Tribunal will make the right decision when it meets to discuss Mercedes' tyre test with Pirelli

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elijah

June 12, 2013 11:39 AM
Last Edited 468 days ago

Richard, I said what I said without any malice or mischief. The conspiracy theorists will grab onto the names Ferrari, Luca di Montezemolo, and Todd to say McLaren were stitched up.

Texas Roadhouse

June 12, 2013 4:29 PM
Last Edited 468 days ago

Well when McLaren were stitched up, it was Moseley with the needle and thread - personal issues between him and Ron Dennis played a significant part in that judgement. It would be interesting to see what the IT's ruling and punishment on that one would have been.

Jamal22

June 12, 2013 10:52 PM

Canada really was fantastic, what I do not understand at all is the fact that Alonso passed a car under - Yellow - NBC Sports beautifully showed it! - NOTHING - NO PENALTY - NO MENTIONING IN ANY MEDIA - NOTHING - !!!!

I remember times when poor old Michael Schumacher got penalized for almost any thing, minor or not!

Is Alonso above the law????

richard

June 13, 2013 7:51 AM

jamal. first of all there was talk about that but it was only a yellow light that appeared to be showing, NOT a flag. secondly, there was a red and yellow flag warning of debris on the track, and there is no light signal for a two tone flag. this is a known anomaly in the light signals, and Alonso did nothing wrong.

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