F1 » Stewards to reconsider Perez/Massa clash


The FIA has asked the stewards of the Austrian Grand Prix to assess whether a new hearing in to the clash between Felipe Massa and Sergio Perez in Canada is required

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Webbertron

June 20, 2014 4:22 AM

I don't personally see why the FIA HAS to blame a driver in every single incident. After watching the footage over and over again, both drivers are at fault for the incident. It was 50/50 in my view. Perez may have ran a little off the racing line, but Massa appeared to turn into Perez. If this was Football the ref would have just watched two players fall over and continue the game.

richard

June 19, 2014 8:20 PM

rob. so i said that they had the telemetry? well, wasnt i right?

and how do you know what the "new" investigation will say? mallya is clutching at straws and asked for it to be re looked at. who is to say that the new stewards will not find exactly the same?
those who say they know better have neither the telemetry, nor do they have statements from either driver. so how on earth can they have an opinion either way?
what info do you have that proves the stewards wrong.

so you did not say anything of note!

rob01

June 19, 2014 7:37 PM

richard: rob. what did you tell me?



What? Do you have a memory as long as your johnson? Go back and read where you spout off on posters about the telemetry data and some on here thinking they know more than those in charge. i told you at that time they don't always get it right.

theoldgitspeaks

June 19, 2014 6:06 PM

I never felt this was all Perez's fault, he had failing brakes and was presumably having to brake earlier and earlier something Massa failed to take into account, Perez's certainly moved a bit but Massa was very clearly going way to fast, he's also very good at making a big fuss over incidents like this and maybe that swayed the stewards.

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