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May 30, 2015 4:58 PM

F1 » Grosjean ‘annoyed’ by Monaco crash inquiry

benignlyindifferent: Don't know why he was annoyed. I watched the video and was certain he braked earlier and moved a little off line, partially causing the crash. The data proved I was wrong. If anything, Verstappen probably left his braking even later which caused me to think Roman braked early, and the data supports the braking and steering inputs of both drivers. So, investigation proved Grosjean was clean. I would think he should be happy as there will be no lingering doubts. And anyway, when big accidents occur I feel the FIA is obligated to look at the data for all sorts of reasons.
Why would a driver brake test another when there is every possibility they both go out


May 29, 2015 9:35 PM

F1 » Lauda upset with ‘unacceptable’ Mercedes mistake

Superhunky: I adore Lauda as a person, but if he could hear this nonsense being discussed on the radio talking about bringing lewis in, without knowing how long the safety car would be out, knowing lewis's tyres were ok, in the knowledge that with a few laps left track position is king, then I only wish lauda had of got involved on the radio and told them all to shut up and leave lewis out. Lets be honest, if lewis was down to tyres with litte more than canvas he would still be hard to pass. And Rosberg as a triple monaco winner. Ouch, he is good, but not good enough to be remembered as one of the greats. Panis getting one win there years ago has still left scars .......
According to lewis his tyres were not ok but the team wanted to keep him out and he said are you sure these tyres have lost their temperature so they pitted him

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