Good job it wasn't Hamilton.Amazingly, despite Vettel clearly having all 4 wheels over the white line in quali, the stewards didn’t penalise him. Wonder if this had anything to do with it being the Italian GP?
I’d forgotten about Bottas.Vettel and Bottas laps being counted denied Renault a second row lock out. 2 cars in the top 4 would have been massive for a mid field team.
Did you see the Peroni crash in F3? If not go and watch it and then you tell me whether we should have raised kerbs or not just to keep track limits. Absolute horrific crashdont want to be harsh but this is why the dangerous kerb are in. they rightfully kick up huge fuss when F3 incident happens. but then they prove why FIA have to do it. because they wont respect track limits
it was a horrendous crash i saw it live & delighted everyone involved was unharmed ive been a supporter of gravel. because its the lesser of 2 evils.Did you see the Peroni crash in F3? If not go and watch it and then you tell me whether we should have raised kerbs or not just to keep track limits. Absolute horrific crash
I think that you are making a very good point here. Let me just say that I'm glad that Leclerc won, in fairness I think that Hamilton deserved to win and so I would have been happier if Hamilton had won, but another Ferrari win is (apparently) good for the sport.Stewarding: I am so confused. I can see how the new stewarding approach let Leclerc get away with the wheel-to-wheel hit on Hamilton. Still, I think they should still be required to leave a car space to their side if there happens to be a car there. I am sort of mystified by that. On the other hand, I am more mystified about how the exiting of the track in front of a car within a second was not at least a 5 second penalty. Was there a little steward Ferrari favoritism going on here?
I've nothing against CLeC but...What’s the general consensus of the stewarding today wrt LeClerc? I personally thought it was great and liked the use of the black and white flag.