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October 13, 2014 8:38 AM

F1 » F1 Russian Grand Prix - Race results

StevoG:also why was Putin there in the first place?
Because he is the President of the country which is hosting the grand prix, and it is common to see political figures attending local sporting events.
Not a very good example and you are not funny either "Webbertron" comparing Monaco which has a royal family that has been traditionally attending the Monaco GP for decades and here we have Putin (who we know what he is like egomaniac extraordinaire eg the best at everything sport and you name it he is best at) very few presidents and/or prime ministers attend these events around the world, I would have preferred to see the president of the Russian motor racing association if they have one or anyone associated with the sport like they have mostly around the world. That is the point I was trying to make.
I didn't realise that you know Putin personally. Maybe elected officials should be banne


October 05, 2014 11:09 AM

F1 » Japanese Grand Prix – Race results

Giveway: Ricciardo was 3rd when the red flag was brought out on lap 47/48, however, FIA decided to do a 3/4 lap count-back to lap 43/44 (instead of the usual 1 lap 45/46), at which point Vettel was still in 3rd I think, not 100% sure. Added, the live timing figures don't add up with the actual times on lap 44/45...
The red flag came out just before the end of lap 46. Lap 47 ticked over as they drove down the pit lane past the start/finish line. The rules require that the positions 2 laps before the red flag are the final positions so they had to set the results as they were at the end of lap 44.

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