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here4thesun2

May 02, 2016 10:16 PM

F1 » Horner sure Kvyat ‘will learn from mistake’


3-wide into a Tilke 90-degree corner is not good on any day. Perez had the best line but no one told Vettel that. DR did not have chance. This was the same as Vettel's incident in China, but with the free radical of Kvyat added. Perez played the role of Kimi, DR was Vettel - more in control though, and Vettel played the part of Kyvat. They MAY have all made it if Kyvat did not punt Vettel. When he did, it was dominoes. If he hadn't, there was still no guarantee of a tear-free corner. In the end, Kvyat did not judge correctly that Vettel had to stop before entering a busy intersection.

here4thesun2

May 02, 2016 6:20 PM

F1 » Hamilton 'in no doubt' win was possible


Following up on what Mikeas is stating, Hamilton did not ever look as if he intended to go through turn 2. He intended to give Vettel the spot, but, would have needed to return to the 9th position. It is obvious that he was only letting Vettel through. Then the accident happened removing Vettel and Checo, promoting Hamilton to 5th on track. But he should have been re-positioned to 7th after Ricciardo and Kyvat. Kvyat's penalty would have promoted Ham to 6th, so DR was the biggest loser. The race director needed to request the stewards look into it. He didn't. Only contact was referred at the time. There is also the chance that Ham could have received a 5-sec or drive through penalty for failing to give up the positions obtained illegally. Again, up to race director to police. He was only concerned what side of the cone to stay on - right Nasr?

here4thesun2

May 02, 2016 5:41 PM

F1 » ‘Human’ Kvyat steels for paddock backlash


For some reason, Checo stayed in the center of the race track with the puncture. Hamilton sheepishly was going to let Vettel through to "comply" with the regs and woed-up. Vettel came alongside Ham and up on the slowing Checo. He needed to go to the outside to avoid, but slowed instead. Kvyat needed to go to the outside of Vettel who may have swung wide to miss Checo. He didn't and did not slow with Vettel. So, PRANG !! Then, swearing. Let me know if you see it differently.

here4thesun2

May 02, 2016 4:23 AM

F1 » Russian Grand Prix – Race results


mrfill:
ZEDX:
arthermo77: Am I the only one to notice how much ground Hamilton made up on the pack when he ran wide to 'AVOID' the carnage ahead?.
Ah, now there's a thought! Should he have been made to give back those places?? Interesting to hear DC's (Channel 4) thoughts on stewards' decisions... he sounded quite irritated by the inconsistancy and seemingly sometimes random handing-down of penalties at races....
Lest we forget... Daniel Ricciardo, Fernando Alonso, Romain Grosjean, Marcus Ericsson and Rio Haryanto also took that route
When the cow knocks the fence down, the sheep will surely walk out behind her. But seriously, if there were an advantage gained, the stewards should have sorted it out. It seems they were involved with a hit-hit-and-run.

here4thesun2

May 02, 2016 4:59 PM
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F1 » ‘Human’ Kvyat steels for paddock backlash


RafaelCE: I just watched the race replays, and from Kvyat's view it becomes apparent that Vettel does slow down into turn 3 due to Checo struggling with a puncture from turn 2 clash. I dont personally like Kvyat but it is not right to bully against him just because others do. Also, he is far from earning the right to be compared to Crashtor, I doubt anyone without PDVSA backing for four years could.
same here, watched replays. Suggest others do it. Kvyat guilty of punting Vettel initially due to cold tires and right front locking up. But that did not cause Vettel's shunt. The punt did not cause the shunt, so you can not call him a ...

here4thesun2

May 02, 2016 5:40 PM

F1 » ‘Human’ Kvyat steels for paddock backlash


The second punt has many contributors and conspirators. From Checo, DR, Kvyat, to Vettel himself. You can blame Hamilton if you want to. Checo tried to go on the outside and squeezed DR a bit going for the apex. DR did not backout, because maybe he could make it. Vettel stuck is nose into a tight spot had just enough room to make the corner by cutting it, which was his full intention, until ... Kvyat tried applying the brakes and produced whispers of lockup smoke. You can argue that he would have hit Vettel a ton if he fully locked up. Kvyat punted Vettel, kicking him sideways a bit knocking into DR which he turned out and into Checo's right rear causing the puncture. Meanwhile Hamilton took the widest apex he could and avoided following Checo into the corner and came out of 2 right behind him. For some reason, Checo stayed in the center of the race track with the puncture. Hamilton sheepishly was going to let Vettel through to "comply" with the regs and woed-up. Vettel came


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