joostlamers wrote:Ferrari International Assistance!! Do your thing!! F*ck up two races for Hamilton, yeah. This organisation p*sses me off, really starting to hate them. Raikkonen should also got punished, no doubt. He could have braked earlier for sure, but hey, that's what's the FIA for.
Well if Kimi is to be punished then so should Kubica, they both braked at the same time.
The difference between lewis in canada and kimi in monaco is the fact that Lewis' was undoubtedly 100% more dangerous. what woulda happened if lewis hit kimi, who rosberg hit lewis, and then fernando hit nico and so on. A car pile up in the pits? with all the pit crews, marshals e.t.c it was an extremely dangerous situation.
The fact is, lewis shouldnt need the team to tell him theres a red light, he should see it, like Kubica, like Raikkonen. He had panic, because he pitted, had a bad stop, kimi and robert got infront of him. And the cars were stationary when lewis hit them, he wasnt paying attention and his penalty is deserved.
In comparison with kimi in monte carlo, it was completely different. Track condition was different, it was half-dry, half wet. Lets not forget Coulthard screwed up on the same bit of track the day before, and yes it hit Sutil.
But all those moaning about him loosing his points, fail to remember that Sutil was to incour a 25 second grid penalty for overtaking under yellow flags. So thats dangerous too. Maybe lewis should have a 25 second penalty instead of a grid penalty.
It was lewis' fault not the teams. Ironic how when its success he thanks the team, when its failure, he blames the team.