F1 » F1 POLL: Does Schumacher deserve Suzuka grid penalty?


Did the stewards get it right when they handed Michael Schumacher a ten-place grid penalty for crashing into the back of Jean-Eric Vergne? Vote now!


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19Krpm - Unregistered

September 27, 2012 9:55 PM

I find it hard to believe the brakes just so happen to suddenly fail. It looks as though they were aware of problems prior to the incident. If that was the case, it is inexcusable for the team AND the driver to continue racing and deliberately endangering the lives of other drivers. The cheatmeister continues to do the only thing he knows, by cheating and its only getting worse. I hope he doesnt k ill somebody before the end of this season. He got 7 wdc with Ferrari favors and thanks to his former wingman Rubens who was paid to cover and block the field for the MS cheat and we are seing the repeat of that with Massa being ordered to cover for Alonso. This was another incident that shows FIAs double standard to the benefit of MS. Grosjean was suspended for one race for a similar collision, why wasnt the cheatmeister?? Go away ms, enough is enough.

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