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  1. F1 2017

    Finger Bum Boy says it was
  2. F1 2017

    Just had to get in there and be a smart arse again hey? Like a ill disciplined child ya just can't help yourself
  3. F1 2017

    Ah well you can't please everybody I guess
  4. If you got something with Dirac Live like an Emotiva XMC-1, could you do away with the mini-DSP?
  5. F1 2017

    @rmpfyf That's all nice but the purpose of my postings have only been in response to postings that at all implied that it was not a deliberate act. I think I've proven that it was by: 1. The stewards have said so in their penalisation reasoning. 2. The FIA has said so in the post race review. 3. Finger Boy has admitted it and taken full responsibility for it during the post race review. So it's a fact, Sebastien Vettel deliberately\intentionally rammed his car into Lewis Hamilton. Now I agree that it can be a deliberate act or not a deliberate act to break rule 27.4. I have never said otherwise. So I don't know why you keep bringing it up as it really is irrelevant to the point of whether it was deliberate or not.
  6. F1 2017

    Hey dude, don't call me dude Oh I have read the rule, so yeah I've heard you loud and clear so many times you're parroting yourself. While thereotically the same rule could be applied dispite intention or not, in practice, in the real world it doesn't seem to happen like that. Don't you agree? Past history seems to agree with what I'm saying huh? This is clearly evidenced by the fact the stewards considered the amount of damage to LH's car, which was virtually nil but still dished out a harder penalty than if it wasn't intentional. Don't even try to tell me the same penalty would have been handed out if it was clearly not intentional and if you do you're back to telling porkies again. Have you read the reasoning of the FIA stewards and do you understand it? Have you read the words of the separate at a later date post race review by the FIA which includes words from finger boy himself and do you understand them?
  7. F1 2017

    So patronising. You been saying the same **** all week, I get it, really I do. But so what, the steward reasoning says it was deliberate. And if you honestly can't infer that from the words "steered into" then I think you're telling a big fat porky.
  8. F1 2017

    I read from one of stewards, the reasoning the punishment was relatively light was: 1. There was no visible damage to Lewis Hamilton's car. 2. They didn't want to interfere too much with the result of the world championship.
  9. F1 2017

    The official statement from the FiA stewards: Fact – Car 5 collided with car 44 in turn 16 Offence – Breach of Article 27.4 of the FIA Formula One Sporting Regulations Decision – 10 second Stop and Go penalty (3 penalty points awarded, 9 total for the 12 month period) Reason – The stewards examined video evidence which showed that car 5 drove alongside and then steered into car 44. The stewards decide this movement was deemed potentially dangerous.
  10. F1 2017

    Yeah whatever. But if you really want something else to read about F1 in this thread I think if they don't find a new place to restart the Baku race after the safety car then there will be big accidents along and at the end of the main straight. It seems the circuit design like Monaco really creates safety car incidents from safety car incidents.
  11. F1 2017

    SV "steered into" LH and was penalised for dangerous driving because of it by stewards, that was their reasoning that you provided Dave. SV took "full responsibility" for his "behaviour" and apologised during an FIA review after the incident.
  12. F1 2017

    Well what was so dangerous about it to receive what I believe is the harshest penalty other than a black flag? Be realistic it was nothing, you know it's true. It was a low speed accident, where was the danger? Especially in the context of the "everyday" high speed collisions and damage to cars we frequently see in F1 that either go unpunished or to a lesser degree than finger boy was in this incident. Just in the last race at Silverstone, Kvyat (the Torpedo) was only given a drive through penalty for a very high speed collision. And he did not have to go through the post race review, apology and future conditions set that finger boy did. Can you understand my thinking here, yes or no? Perhaps the stewards should be sacked. But the danger I can see is they couldn't just let it go, or the whole sport would just go to **** if suddenly these 20 ego filled boys started to think they could collide on purpose and get away with it, that would be dangerous. Stop downplaying it. Vettel had to appear in person, accept full responsibility and apologise (for a deliberate collision). He had conditions placed against him and was clearly told if he did it again the hammer would be coming down (for a deliberate collision).
  13. F1 2017

    Well that was kind of obvious and "Red Mist" implies that it was deliberate.
  14. F1 2017

    Relevant because someone many posts ago said it wasn't deliberate. Thanks for calling me a moron, but "steering into" someone is a deliberate act by definition and the reason SV was penalised far more heavily by the stewards than if he had of "accidently collided" at the same speed with LH. If you can't distinguish the difference and note that SV was penalised at least heavier because of it then you're a moron. Once again the FIA did investigate and chose no other penalties. Although SV was forced to apologise, has to commit personal time over the next 12 months to lower Formulas and he can't endorse any road safety activities until the end of the year. Type "FIA Vettel Statement" into Google, click on the first link and read it.
  15. F1 2017

    When we convict someone they are guilty regardless of not being able to see into their mind, regardless of their proclaimed inocence (SV admitted full responsibility by the way).