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July 24, 2014 4:47 PM

F1 » Massa critical of FIA stewarding

In Germany there were more highly paid drivers then Massa that needed to think about the cars around them. One of the highest paid drivers on the grid regarded as the best ever to have graced the F1 race tracks is certainly more embarrassing to his team with his outbursts. One of the highest paid driver on the grid that some from on here believe can never do anything wrong looked more like driving a bumping car in Germany than an F1 car.


July 24, 2014 3:46 PM

F1 » Massa critical of FIA stewarding

While the FM/KM first corner accident in my opinion was a racing accident, Massa is right about the stewards, the FIA race direction/stewarding went from one extreme at Silverstone to another extreme in Germany. They went from reasoning that when two cars touch wheels a blame was a must to dish out to all that happened on and off track during a race was nobody’s fault, they red -flagged a race for some dented crash barrier several meters away from the tarmac for the best part of an hour, to calling marshals onto the tarmac of a live track to retrieve a car.


July 24, 2014 9:30 AM

F1 » Lotus keen to keep Grosjean

Continued, Knowing full well that his seat is guaranteed by his backers being ready to buy-out Rubrato Roy's shares in the team, Bob bell leaving Mercedes and the arrival of several engine and aero experts at Marranello is already being interpreted as Ross Brawn has excepted a consulting expertise role at Maranello. Williams is the clear preferred Mercedes engine customer, getting upgrades first, getting the most assistance. It is not only the drivers being at war within the Brackley camp. Toto Wolff retained his 16% share in Williams team, and he also owns 30% of the Mercedes F1 team. Toto originally first agreed terms with Paddy Lowe to join the Williams team, but they both ended at Mercedes. Toto also go-owns a sports management company with Mika Hakkinen, they look after several drivers, such as Bottas, and Hakkinen’s manager when he was driving was Keke Rosberg.

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