scermat wrote:phil1993 wrote:Triple world champion Niki Lauda has described the stewards' decision as "the worst judgement in F1 history".
"It is the most perverted judgment I have ever seen, It's absolutely unacceptable when three functionaries (the stewards) influence the championship like this."
Niki Lauda is clearly an IDIOT!
he didn't see Lewis was 57412 light years BEHINDDD RAIKKO DA MAN and he only gave 0.000000000000000000000001 back! OMG!
yes. this is exaggeration. see where you're going all wrong with this? if he gave a tenth back and it was enough for kimi to get ahead he wasn't 1-2s behind in the first place! (in fact they were side by side which technically is no gap at all).
Unless kimi has a super boost button of course. which is technically illegal. but i see were you're going. it was obvious kimi was caught on the backfoot so any overtaking move on him should have been illegal. lewis should have given kimi 30 second advantage. oh well. he still crashed
here's the EXACT rule that Lewis was penalised for breaking.
30.3 a) During practice and the race, drivers may use only the track and must at all times observe the provisions of the Code relating to driving behaviour on circuits.
which pretty much everyone broke anyway.
thanks FIA apologists btw for making me dislike kimi. i used to support that guy once.
Still ignoring the facts I see.