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Ferrari considering protesting Brazilian GP results

Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by Carlos Luna, Nov 29, 2012.

  1. News has come out that Ferrari is looking to gather evidence and see if it's enough to protest to the FIA regarding the much-discussed overtakes that Vettel did during the chaotic early laps of the season-ending Brazilian GP. If the FIA were to review the evidence and punish Vettel, the championship would change hands as Vettel would receive a 20 second race penalty and would make Alonso the 2012 champion.

    Ferrari have until the 30th of November to bring forth any sort of appeal to the FIA so it all could happen within the next few days.

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  2. Next two days you should say ;)
    And also with the Videos we saw in youtube with a Green flag was been waved before overtaking STR of Vergne i don't understand why they protest.
     
  3. I guess Ferrari are just trying to do what they can. They won't know if anything will happen unless they try, I suppose. As much of a Ferrari fan I may be, I don't think it would be great to have the championship change hands days after the final race has been completed.
     
  4. Yeah SF did what all they can but i believe they can't get it because y'know the pass was Legal.
    If we have a Official Word from the FIA authorities over this then we can find the end of the Story
     
  5. Kevin Ascher

    Kevin Ascher
    #47 Roaring Pipes Maniacs

    Just silly