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Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by 123456789aa, Apr 10, 2009.
€12,000? I'll take 2.
Looks quite a decent helmet acually..
well if €12,000 is what it costs to keep yourself safe then i guess its worth every penny
Funny you should mention that as before the contact with Vettel after turn one, Kimi made contact with Hamilton in much the same way as Webber had with Ruebens the race before. Nothing was said about this whatsoever despite in this case there being another car (Vettel's I think) outside of Hamilton. If Webber's move was worthy of investigation and penalty surely this was at least worthy of investigation. Instead they chose to investigate what was an actual racing incident and was clearly that.
I'm not going as far as to say there is outright favouritism to Ferrari but becauuse of the way races are stewarded by local stewards there is no consistency. Clearly Ferrari are cherished by racing fans around the world and like a favourite child they get less harsh treatment than the others.
Perhaps they should invest @ 12.000,00 in making the Ferrari a little quicker ... :confused2:
These things happen, one thing investigated, could be brushed aside next week. Perhaps it was the Ferrari bias, maybe not. I can't find any videos on the Hungary start so I can't comment on it.
what is the use of a quick car when all your drivers are in hospital
Like I said, I'm not saying it was Ferrari bias, just inconsistent stewards decisions
Look here for footage from Hungary.
Yes, the stewards are inconsistant, and that usually works out in Ferrari's favour. So often it's suspisious.
Looked at the video. It looked pretty similar alright. And after T1, with the Vettel/Kimi incident, it looked as if Kimi lost the rear.
Schumacher cancels F1 comeback
...and the only reason i was looking forward to the valencia race is gone
Badoer to replace Massa at Valencia
lol Badoer sucks and this is bs, all just a publicity stunt right from the off.
Sorry guys to ruin the party but check this out
I knew that! Damn neckache..... :crying:
Finally Badoer has the chance to drive a Ferrari in a race, after so many years. I think he deserves it, after Ferrari has even preferred to sign Mika Salo to substitute Schumacher.
Seven-time Formula 1 champion Michael Schumacher has abandoned his comeback with Ferrari because of a neck injury.
The 40-year-old, who retired at the end of 2006, was set to deputise for the injured Felipe Massa at the European Grand Prix in Valencia on 23 August.
"Unfortunately we did not manage to get a grip on the pain in the neck which occurred after the private F1-day in Mugello," Schumacher told his website.
Veteran Ferrari test driver Luca Badoer will now stand in for Massa.
Thats what ya get for falling off motorcycles. Stick to 4 wheels schumi
Bah what a dissappointment
NO!!! this is huge dissapointment