F1 » The move that could cost a world title?

Is this the proof that would be enough to see Sebastian Vettel stripped of his third F1 world championship crown?

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AnyonebutAlonso - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 11:46 AM

Loser Alonso trying anything to get his grubby hands on the title again, have a look at the video on bbc sport website, there is a marshals post half way between the last yellow light and the first green light, In the marshals post a marshal is waving a green flag, the bbc video slow mo's it, still not easy to see, and vettel doesn't overtake until well after the flag, but before the light which was the 2nd green indicator

Talk about a sore loser...

Independent - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 11:48 AM

Article 2.4.1, Clause 5: “If more than one means of signalling is used, the Supplementary Regulations of the event must specify which of them is regulatory.”

So all this "certainty" that one side is right or not due to the flag waving is spurious.

Vettel did have yellow on his steering wheel and ahead on the light board.

He did push his KERS (Check the videos) before the marshall post with the green flag while he was still under yellow.

Both are deserving Champions - so let's give the FIA a chance to review.

race fan - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 12:02 PM


FIA already has. Waving flags supercede static panels. Vettel did nothing wrong and FIA confirmed it.

Absolutely no one besides spanish media is giving this any credence whatsoever. That should tell you something.


November 29, 2012 12:48 PM
Last Edited 1252 days ago

The Italian news say that apparently there is a green flag on the left taking precedence over instruments, so Vettel should be in the clear....from 30 minutes ago.

Djietoo - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 12:54 PM

Let's wait and see. What about the camera on Vergne's car? And the other camera's? there must be an other camera from outside or above to see the green flag being waved, or else there was no green flag! I trust the lights better in that case then. The fia has multiple camera angles and more to judge, so let them show it to us. We see!!! How open is the FIA.

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