F1 » Whiting: If a move is wrong, it is wrong


Charlie Whiting has explained just why Nico Rosberg escaped sanction for his moves on Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso in Bahrain, and why current safety standards may prompt risk-taking.


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saffa - Unregistered

June 16, 2012 3:29 PM

Bob(unregistered) I agree wit u fully on your views. Seems a lot of people don't know the rules which the drivers should drive according to. Some people have bad memories concerning hungry. There was grass and sand coming from rubens williams which schumacher left the door open for until he realised rubens was alongside him.
Nico was 100% legal for using da entire track to defend without weaving which would have costed him a penalty.
Lewis should have received some sort of a penalty for not keeping all four wheels on track while passing and barging into nico.s space on the track plus getting the inside of Nico which was gaining the advantage of that manouvre while off the track. Why no penalty. I.m glad though for the heroic McLaren team's sake.

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