shail69 wrote:scermat wrote:i dont think it was deliberate. his option of not hitting lewis was to cut the chicane and erm that would've made him look like a fool after what he said at spa. normal race incident to me. his fault yes, but i wouldnt say its deliberate. if you wanna see deliberate see schumi vs hill in 94 lol.shail69 wrote:yeah, he would have pitted for sure, not because of massa's touch but because but because of his tyre and at that points it was unnecessary for him ot be aggressive and overtake massa.
hahahahaha. so you're saying he should've backed off and let massa stay ahead just because of that?
maybe this'll help http://www.google.com/search?client=ope ... 8&oe=utf-8
I dont think the drivers are racing when they dont have a car to race.
The link you gave doesnt relate to your statement. Its not only speed but a little bit of luck and some fans in the brain to keep you cool in some circumstance(which hamilton seem to lack).
so Force India, Red Bull, Honda, Renault should all quit?
anyways your argument can be applied to mine aswell. Massa saw Lewis flat spotting the tyres so he shouldn't have risked it knowing hed be able to pass him easily on the straight. (you may also find a striking resemblance between my comment and what Massa said after SPA). but once again, they're racing, not driving.
a flat spot will hinder you yes, but as long as the car is moving are have a car to race. remember sato with fumes coming out the engine at monaco in 04? or kimi driving around with a badly flat spotted tyre for a good portion of the race in 05 only for it to break suspension off in last lap?
i pretty much fully agree with TA on this. both counts.