F1 » Lowdon: Points a great reward

Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon says the team’s first points are “a great reward” for the hard work that has been put in

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May 27, 2014 7:15 PM

richard: ryanshek. it appears that you have little knowledge of racing and the rules. racing means trying to pass, and going for an overtake. the rules state that if a cars nose is alongside you you have to leave a cars width for the overtaking car. now, assuming that koba did not see jules, after the first nudge, he knew that he was there, should have ceded room as per rules, but instead turned in on him TWO more times. got it yet?

As I said, at no point he was ahead, in fact, he wasn't even along side until he hit the caterham, there are no gap until he push the car away, simple.
type : Formula 1 Kamui Kobayashi disputas na corrida Monaco 2014 on youtube, at 30s he hit the caterham first time to create a gap, stop at 32s, just look at when the marussia pointing, look at where the ferrari is compare to the caterham, on the racing line.

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