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Massa could go to jail if he let's Alonso past again...


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#1 Tstag

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Posted 05 November 2010 - 17:28

See: http://uk.eurosport....eam-orders.html

So hyperthetically what happens if Button moves over for Hamilton? Will this guy prosecute? Or is he just picking on Massa?

And if a driver like Button say's he can't let his team mate past because of these rules, should the FIA review the Alonso/ Massa overtake? Or perhaps Massa could be prosecuted by another team if their driver loses by less than 7 points?

What a farce. It's time the FIA found a way to get this right. Maybe we need to consider some form of seperation between the drivers and the teams.....

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#2 STIGG

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Posted 05 November 2010 - 17:30

There's already a thread for this topic.

#3 Kimiraikkonen

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Posted 05 November 2010 - 17:31

See: http://uk.eurosport....eam-orders.html

So hyperthetically what happens if Button moves over for Hamilton? Will this guy prosecute? Or is he just picking on Massa?

And if a driver like Button say's he can't let his team mate past because of these rules, should the FIA review the Alonso/ Massa overtake? Or perhaps Massa could be prosecuted by another team if their driver loses by less than 7 points?

What a farce. It's time the FIA found a way to get this right. Maybe we need to consider some form of seperation between the drivers and the teams.....



Obviously Ferrari are cheat