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post #316 of 1304
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Originally Posted by Pudu View Post

He's definitely suffering from not enough experience and seasoning. 

Also, it's time for Lotus to bid adieu to M. Grosjean.

Yes and yes.  That was a conversation a friend and I had about Perez.  Either he's just not good enough, or experienced enough to keep that car precisely where it should be.

 

Grosjean is killing Renault's Constructor Champ points.  From their perspective they have to be thinking who cares if one is consistently way up there if the other isn't finishing?  Nevermind the additional cost of repairing the car.  

 

Hey maybe Webber will go to Lotus as Kimi goes to RB.  ph34r.gif

post #317 of 1304

I thought Webber was leaving F1 at the end of this season.  

post #318 of 1304
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Originally Posted by Audio-Omega View Post

I thought Webber was leaving F1 at the end of this season.  


Don't know, but he'll certainly quit Red Bull...

post #319 of 1304
Mark Webber dismisses Formula 1 departure rumours

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/formula1/22224823
Edited by Eee Pee - 5/30/13 at 10:54am
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post #321 of 1304
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Q: So the approach - being aggressive in the race - will not change here?
SP:
 Exactly. You only have to change if you do something stupid - and in Monaco there was nothing stupid about my move. I just wanted to overtake and the driver in front of me shut the door, so there was nothing I could have done to avoid him.

 

 

That's pretty debatable!

post #322 of 1304

Massa destroyed two F1 race cars. Hmmm...Ferrari might be done with him.

post #323 of 1304
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Originally Posted by wuwhere View Post

Massa destroyed two F1 race cars. Hmmm...Ferrari might be done with him.

There isn´t a wet qualifying unless Massa crashes. He would have been gone from Ferrari since long if that was a problem ;)

 

Grosjean again totally fail to match Kimi. But he also has a strong support from his french team.

post #324 of 1304
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Originally Posted by oqvist View Post

There isn´t a wet qualifying unless Massa crashes. He would have been gone from Ferrari since long if that was a problem ;)

 

Grosjean again totally fail to match Kimi. But he also has a strong support from his french team.

 

Ok, I was wrong, he wrecked 3, two in Monaco and one in Canada.

 

However, he drove brilliantly, from 16th to 8th, even passed Kimi.

post #325 of 1304
Yeah, what's up with Kimi these last two?

Alonso by Lewis was awesome.
post #326 of 1304

What was the crowd chanting while Seb was talking on the podium? I couldn't quite make it out.

 

Anyway, didn't go the way I might have liked, but at least it was a good race - lots of pushing, not a lot of holding back. Very impressive qualifying for Bottas, but sadly a somewhat disappointing race.

post #327 of 1304

Bottas did a great race. Williams probably went all in on getting the car right for wet as they know they don´t have the pace for dry. 

Really need to have the car with you if you are going to shine in F1. I am quite sure Bottas will find better seats in the future. McLaren tend to like finns :)

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post #329 of 1304
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Originally Posted by Eee Pee View Post

http://scarbsf1.com/blog1/2013/06/04/an ... explained/

 

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Very interesting read. Thanks Eee Pee.

post #330 of 1304
Decision of the International Tribunal

The Tribunal, after having heard the parties and examined their submissions, decided that:

Mercedes be reprimanded;
Mercedes be suspended from participating in the forthcoming “three day young driver training test”;
Pirelli be reprimanded.

and rejected all other and further conclusions.


'This decision follows (i) the disciplinary proceedings instigated by the FIA, on the basis in particular of the report by the Stewards of the Monaco Grand Prix, forwarded to the FIA following the two protests made by Scuderia Ferrari Team and Red Bull Racing respectively, and (ii) the hearing that took place yesterday before the International Tribunal with the participation of all the parties concerned.

The FIA wishes that lessons are learnt from this case and from the decision handed down. To this end, the FIA will make sure, in association with all F1 teams, that its control of the testings is strengthened.

It is recalled that the notification of the FIA International Tribunal's decision opens to each of the parties concerned the possibility of bringing an appeal against this decision before the FIA International Court of Appeal within 7 days.'
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