Sorry, I won't feed you nor talk to you anymore. If I see something wrong, insults and provocative posts I'll report them and then ignore; if I have something to say about Schumacher no matter if it's negative I'll say it as I'm entitled to do.
are the ones that ought to refrain from feeding trolls and uninformed, ignorant posters that make arrogant posts without actually watching the race or listening to the post-race interviews...
The only dangerous move here today was Schumacher. The stewards blamed him by giving him a reprimand so unless you give me objetive data which proves that Perez brake earlier than he should, you are talking out of your arse...
...not the other way around.
You're right, I should've put you on ignore instead of feeding a poster that's already notorious with a one-star rating in the space of 25 posts. Definitely
Schumi was having a good race till the point he triggered his own crash. But i do believe he is getting into the groove and showing good race pace. Quite amazing to think the guy is 41!! And on top of that been out of the sport for 3 years. Let's see if Mercedes can give him a car that would help him get some podiums next year.
He's 42, though.;)
So in your opinion, ALL the three new teams should be disqualified from racing ? And Renault at Singapore ?
I don't think there have been many instances this year when we've seen these new teams on the lead lap for the entire race.
Perez may have braked a fraction of a second too early for the corner, but I hardly see how that qualifies as dangerous racing, unlike some of Schumi's antics over the last two years.
That'd mean anyone on the grid could brake test and get away with it. Of course it's dangerous.
Later on in your post I see you've shifted from claiming Perez did nothing wrong to accusing Michael of lying, pick one. And I've no idea what Schumacher's presumed 'antics' have to do with Perez braking early for the corner, I hope you aren't suggesting it's okay to drive dangerously when the victim is Schumacher but not if it's someone else. Not quite the way rules work..
To Schumacher's credit, he never accused Perez of doing it deliberately, only that he thought it was a misunderstanding and dismissed it as racing, and later got a reprimand. That settles the matter for me, no point dragging it any further.