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Tim Burr - Unregistered

September 28, 2008 3:40 PM

Can anyone explain how you can leave your pitstop too early,injure a team member,spray fuel over your team,drive the length of the pitlane towing a heavy fuel hose and get just a straight drive though penalty.But for Rosberg ang Kubica they simply had to pit because that was their strategy and would have run out of fuel otherwise and yet they get a drive through with a 10 second stop! Surely the Massa stop should incur a bigger penalty? As a final question,why did todays trewards feel a penalty was needed for the Ferrari being sent out in front of Sutil when at Valencia for an identical error they chose not to give a penalty?Please explain someone..sensibly without any bias!!!

Edward Lamok

September 28, 2008 3:40 PM

very unlucky race for Kubica...

Is anyone up to date with current F1 rules and could lighten me up abit.. just wonder if he could take 10 second penalty before it was officially announced.. he was stuck behind force india for quite long time while waiting for his penalty.. if he would come into pits just after race restart he would be last anyway but at least he would have clear road in front and could push like Rosberg.

Grumpy_Doctor - Unregistered

September 28, 2008 3:46 PM

Well said Tim Burr.

ITV noticed also, this fact that MASSA caused the most danger, but got of with the lightest penalty.

Then again, last time Ferrari did this - they got ZERO penalty.

Either way, Ferrari where a laughing stock again on national TV, which is always a good think.

Nothing better than watching the corrupt get a Karma payback once in a while.

Kimi is an embarassment to Ferrari, as much as I dislike team FIA - Michael Schumacher was a brilliant driver for Ferrari, and would never make the howlers Kimi makes.

rob - Unregistered

September 28, 2008 4:08 PM

I agree. Nico really did not receive a penalty. It cost him nothing. Look at Kubica and what it cost him. Also Alonso put all 4 tires off in the chicane. I think there will be additional penalties.

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