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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fishy - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 2:28 PM


Vettel CLEARLY activates some of his KERS at a point on the track BEFORE he reached the hut where the Green flag is waving

He was therefore at that part of the track still within the Yellow Flag controlled Zone

SP3 - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 1:50 PM

doesn't get any clearer than that. yellows flashing, he passed. funny how this is only now being brought up. why was it not handled during the race? SV might still have taken the title. Or, maybe not. Either way it would have been a far better for the credibility of the sport than this current clusterf@@k.

El Banco - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 1:17 PM

There seems to be lots of blind people here. You can clearly see a marshall waving a green flag after the flashing yellow light. Vettel makes "the move" after the green flag.

Go to Autosport website if you can't see it yourself. :facepalm

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.

EnRiCo47

November 29, 2012 12:48 PM
Last Edited 656 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.

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