It apears so. What could happen if proven. The sport is going to the dogs. :rant:
He said it during the post race interview that he hit them a couple of times.It is true that Hamilton hit the barriers though...
The beauty of Monaco isn't about overtaking, although when there is a pass for position, it is often spectacular. It's about threading a missile between concrete walls and armco so fast it defies belief. It's one circuit a year where this is possible, and alot of people miss the point.Why does anyone even bother to watch Monaco every year, a complete farce of a "race". Just a jolly boys outing for the rich and famous,. They let this carry on but claim other circuits like Monza are too dangerous. Still,if they are not allowed to race each other then I guess it is safe. It shouldn't count toward the championship IMO.
While bikes are great, it's a different kind of spectacle, and I don't enjoy it as much as I do cars, it's a personal thing.This is why I prefer Moto GP and World Superbike (and just about any other bike-related racing, to be honest).
The contests are just that; there is no rider to team interface other than the pit boards and the racing is as clean, un-diluted and free of bias as it's possible to get these days.
Some of the comments made by the F1 boys when Rossi tried out a Ferrari were hilarious. Like Hamilton, I think Rossi would have seriously shaken up the order and introduced some much-needed sparkle again.
Ah well, back to two wheels for me
I do appreciate the skill involved,but for me it just doesn't work on tv as a race,watching qualifying on Saturday was far more exciting(as a tv programme).The beauty of Monaco isn't about overtaking, although when there is a pass for position, it is often spectacular. It's about threading a missile between concrete walls and armco so fast it defies belief. It's one circuit a year where this is possible, and alot of people miss the point.
The pit cannot do anything. The driver can turn down the revs or adjust the map from the steering wheel.Going back to Alonso/Hamilton what is there to stop the pit from making engine adjustments to slow a car down,I presume its possible? Would it be legal? Any thoughts anyone?
Glad to see you back Biggie, but take off those rosso tinted glasses please.The point chaps is that there is a rule stating team orders are banned and senile Ron has gone on tape saying essentially that he issued team orders.
This is not about who was fastest, whether Massa was gonna get lapped or whatever else.