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FIA Opt for Speeding Fine Reprieve

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by RaceDepartment, May 15, 2013.

  1. RaceDepartment

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  2. Dan Hawkins

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    About time. Not fair that the driver is punished for the teams mistakes
     
  3. Joe Grover

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    Yeah, because they can't afford it! LOL

    I know it's the point of the thing but it's just funny irony about $100.00 per km/h when they make millions.
     
  4. Chris Cronshaw

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    Theyre in out of the pits alot though in practice sessions. In theory. The fine for each breach could be 10,000 in 11/2 hour session. i think that's alot.

    And lets not forget, yes it's still alot of the money they earn but drivers in lesser team earn around 100,000. I'm pretty sure thats all Paul Di Resta was earning in his first year contract for Force India.