F3 » Nasr wins chaotic finale

Felipe Nasr joins victory list in final Rockingham race

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F3 fan - Unregistered

July 18, 2010 8:39 PM

I attended the F3 race at Rockingham and I am so disappointed at the response of the Carlin team today.Their attitude towards McKenzie as he collected his well-deserved 1st place trophy on the podium was distasteful.They shouted 'next!' as McKenzie went up and then made immature apes sounds as their own driver went up, going against good sportsmanship which should be promoted in motorsport.To add a comment about the incident in the final race (caused by Vergne removing drivers on the first lap where he proceeded to go onto take a lion's share of the points) I am disappointed that he did not seem sorry for his actions afterwards. I hope that the organisers will not reward such behaviour...

bobble hatter - Unregistered

July 19, 2010 8:16 AM

Actually I think Huertas was an innocent party who was pushed onto the grass and I cant believe he got a fine!

As a huge F3 fan, following all the races, I am just happy that we have a fantastic british driver in Oliver Webb who showed he had the pace by qualifying on pole for both the main races of the weekend.

I have read the stewards report and think that Vergne did a fantastic job to climb back up to 2nd in the race, driving a further 30 laps with brake failure, what a star!

twin cam - Unregistered

July 29, 2010 9:12 AM

After watching the F3 coverage on sky it seems pretty obvious that Huertas was the one knocked off by Vergne who then went on to punt Ollie Webb off which in turn led to a large incident involving several drivers.I cannot understand why the stewards did not see the obvious and take action against Vergne not the first time this season the stewards have got it wrong.I was at the race and saw many cars not in the start boxes and some with wheels over the line surely a rule break so come on stewards get your act together we all want fairness or does Red bull really give you wins no sorry wings.

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