Interesting to know what, exactly, Michael has done to "not allow" Kimi on the team. Several stories I have read indicated that he would welcome Kimi on board, and he certainly was aware of the pre-contract that was widely reported/speculated that Kimi and Ferrari signed earlier this year.Sprintn said:And that Michael has done most everything in his power as to not allow Kimi on his team, I think is quite cowardly.
Well, IMHO the feed clearly showed Massa being held up, although I agree that in general whining about "blocking" has become an excuse for any poor lap. I posted the complaint figures during the Monaco debate, and they seem to have increased since then - kind of like taking a dive in football (soccer), hoping to draw a foul or card.Sprintn said:That was such a crock of $h!t... Alonso getting called for blocking!!! I'm sure he had nothing to do with Massa's qualifying time!!! Some of these drivers these days... if they just see a driver up ahead they throw the "Blocking" card!!! I think it's called not getting a clean lap... kind of like in the old 1 hour qualifying sessions.
Interesting, how when the stewards penalize MS they are infallible, but when Alonso gets penalized it is somehow unfair.GV27 said:Screw Bernie, Max and the rest. Good riddance to Schumacher. Races will be a lot safer without him.