After a few seasons of relatively dominant races by Red Bull and Sebastian Vettl, many have been relieved this year. The Red Bulls already found themselves in trouble during the winter tests, as they drove only about a third of the laps as the Mercedes team did. Opponents of Vettl's "finger" felt additional relief and indulgence in the first race, and in the next three they probably watched in ecstasy the continuation of the problems of the team from Milton Keynes. Where did the current champions get stuck? The answer to that question is complicated, as it’s not just about what broke Red Bull, but also about what was going on at Mercedes and Renault. New rules brought new engines. Mercedes, as an engine manufacturer, is, like Renault, long before the first tests began before this year
As reported, Ferrari racer Fernando Alonso avoided any penalty for overtaking Jean-Eric Vergen off the track at the race in Abu Dhabi. Before the start of the race weekend, the FIA warned all racers that any off-track driving would be severely penalized, but the Spaniard, who overtook Vergno by driving into the excursion zone and eventually finished the race in fifth place, went unpunished. , although according to many he violated two rules as he practically cut the inside of a fast bend, which according to the agreement of the racers is considered to be an advantage, and at the same time drove outside the track. It all looked like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Pe7IWkXXWY The decision of the commissioners is even more controversial because of the
One so, the other differently, both wrong, could describe what happened in the race for the Malaysian Grand Prix, where Sebastian Vettel ignored team commands and overtook Mark Webber, while Nico Rosberg obeyed and stayed behind his teammate Lewis Hamilton. Who did the right thing? “Right” is such a relative term that it’s hard to judge. Everyone will do it for themselves, according to their morals, principles and fan connections. From a moral and sporting point of view, Mark Webber definitely deserved the victory in Malaysia, as he was even better than Vettl in the race, and he managed to overtake him only when the Australian limited the revolutions of his engine so as not to wear it unnecessarily, as will still have to drive with him this year. But if you want to succeed in Formula One, you have to do your best. One of the more controversial d
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