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35edme

August 30, 2014 7:28 PM

F1 » Rosberg disciplined by Mercedes


Is Petronas a fanboy of Hamilton. Did Petronas issue a written statement . Did that statement not decry the fact that they lost a possible one two . Why is there such a willingness to discount that it was the sponsor who saw what to them was at best amateurish driving and who was responsible for the apology from Rossberg. I am of the opinion that Mercedes made the case to keep the same lineup for Monza and not as some would say crucify Rossberg. When your boss at Petronas sees something with his own eyes you would be a fool to challenge him and Rossberg is no fool. Resident experts at Crash please feel free to correct me .

35edme

August 30, 2014 2:24 AM

F1 » Rosberg apologises to Hamilton and fans


ghogmk2: The act of Nico Rosberg being forced to apologise for a legal overtake attempt will not encourage me to buy a Merc, quite the opposite actually...........
ghogmk2, the sponsor posted a statement of their displeasure at being robbed of a possible one two. What option did Mercedes have since the sponsor had members in attendance at the race. They pointed to the driver costing them, Mercedes said sorry and followed up. Nothing to do with Lauda or Hamilton.

35edme

August 29, 2014 9:32 PM

F1 » Rosberg apologises to Hamilton and fans


sodesu:
richard: clifton. totally correct. nico apologised for the collision, not for causing it. lulu himself seems to have gotten his wrists slapped, but has fallen short of apologising for the collision. interesting that sky show showed that the same type of move by nico had been attempted twice before this year, but lulu forced him off the track on both occasions. i can understand nico saying "no more". maybe if merc had pulled lulu to task before, then spa situation would not have arisen.
But they didn't, they heaped praise on him instead, so they've definitely helped create this situation. And yeah again, as pointed out it was judged a racing incident by the stewards so I really don't see the point of Mercedes going back to put more fuel on this now, several days later. Why couldn't they just officially keep the line that it was an unfortunate race incident, referring to the stewards if necessary, and then sorted any disagreement betwee

35edme

August 28, 2014 4:17 AM

F1 » Rosberg refuses to take blame


here4thesun2:
35edme: If Susie Wolff had been racing and had made a move like that how many on here would be calling for her head.
What are you trying to say? If she had cut someone off? I think she would have gotten a 20 second penalty. Reduced to nothing for knowing a fun-loving-criminal. If Hammi jumps ship, you may have your wish. I'm talking about Rosberg's driving.

35edme

August 27, 2014 7:26 PM

F1 » Rosberg v Hamilton: Have your say


here4thesun2: cont'd If you need some convincing, your should go to NBC sport's website to watch the video, watch the in car camera, and go to the aerial views of Bing and Google maps to look at where the apexes are and where the cars were on the track. I apologize for going on, but the amount of words here are miniscule compared to those used in the debate. IMO this is why the stewards called it a racing incident and the FIA has no interest in pursuing the matter. Cheers until the next race.
And what were you trying to say .


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