F1 » Incidents and lack of pace hamper Lotus effort

Lotus couldn't hide their disappointment in Japan, with Romain Grosjean's latest first lap incident costing the team valuable constructors championship points

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f1iceman - Unregistered

October 10, 2012 11:55 AM

ha ha !
rg got slated for his move when hammy was abit close and i said hamilton did not make any atempt to avoid an accident hence watching alonso move abruptly over on kimi you see one thing kimi put himself on the grass a little moving hence my argument of hammy not driving to the situation hence bad driving on hammys count after all he was behind like kimi was if kimi did not move the accident would have been far worse.
all i can say is well done kimi raikkonen for such great sportsmanship avoiding what could have been a bad accident.
roman is just trying to get that extra place at the start of races but dont go his way starts are hard and they all do bad driving then so give him a break think he is more upset than anyone.

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