F1 » Warwick: CCTV led to penalty


Derek Warwick reveals that Mark Webber and Fernando Alonso would have escaped without penalty in Singapore - had it not been for CCTV footage...

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z33d

September 27, 2013 10:24 AM

Warwick perfectly explained the circumstance of a situation where nothing happened. Yeah I saw the CCTV too. Looked like ...... Nothing happened. Move on.. These reprimands are just getting stupid.

Ptolemy

September 27, 2013 11:50 AM

Do you people not realize just how dangerous this WHOLE incident was? Yeah, in the old days people died as a matter of course, so it wasn't such a big deal then. Can you imagine if Webber was run over by Nico's tires (as he very nearly was) or if Hamilton wouldn't have been paying 100% attention and ran into the back of the STOPPED Ferrari on the RACING LINE while Webber was mounting it?

Taipan

September 27, 2013 12:44 PM

Taz, Agreed but it could be worse one of the sites are running with Barrichello candidate for Sauber drive next season. As I've said before only a matter of time until Villeneuve's name pops up like a bad penny.

joat

September 27, 2013 1:35 PM

Nowadays everyone is getting caught through CCTV, not just F1 drivers either. A recent report on TV says UK Councils are UNLAWFULLY giving penalties to motorists through CCTV for parking and that they are being used as 'cash cows'.

Taz

September 27, 2013 2:24 PM

@Taipan

Yup, Anthony Davidson & Karun Chandhok too no doubt.

Anyway, beer, pool tournament and ogling the tasty barmaids time.

Have a nice weekend all, if I'm here at 1am talking p1sh then please ignore me.


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