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Niki Lauda on F1's Regulations

Post by BWard on Thu Jun 26, 2014 9:35 am

http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/114636

Personally, I agree 110% with what Lauda is saying here. To me as well, the FIA are getting involved with this too much. I thought the incident with Perez and Massa at Montreal was a Racing deal, and then the FIA hands down a pretty harsh penalty to Perez, when there really shouldn't, considering that was on the last lap and something like that was probably going to happen.
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Re: Niki Lauda on F1's Regulations

Post by bigdc48 on Thu Jun 26, 2014 11:09 am

BWardboy88 wrote:http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/114636

Personally, I agree 110% with what Lauda is saying here. To me as well, the FIA are getting involved with this too much. I thought the incident with Perez and Massa at Montreal was a Racing deal, and then the FIA hands down a pretty harsh penalty to Perez, when there really shouldn't, considering that was on the last lap and something like that was probably going to happen.

+1. I just wish the FIA can just let the drivers race.
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Re: Niki Lauda on F1's Regulations

Post by RetrogradeRenegade on Thu Jun 26, 2014 2:52 pm

bigdc48 wrote:
BWardboy88 wrote:http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/114636

Personally, I agree 110% with what Lauda is saying here. To me as well, the FIA are getting involved with this too much. I thought the incident with Perez and Massa at Montreal was a Racing deal, and then the FIA hands down a pretty harsh penalty to Perez, when there really shouldn't, considering that was on the last lap and something like that was probably going to happen.

+1. I just wish the FIA can just let the drivers race.
To be fair, they are taking steps toward this. The ruling on the Vettel/Gutierrez incident is such an example.
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Re: Niki Lauda on F1's Regulations

Post by PYLrulz on Thu Jun 26, 2014 4:54 pm

Problem is, if something happens, and the FIA does nothing stating "Oh, it's just a racing deal", there will be a group of fans that will either claim that "Hey, since the FIA punished for that in the past, they should still punish now!", or "What are they waiting for?!? For someone to get killed"?!?
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Post by RetrogradeRenegade on Thu Jun 26, 2014 5:44 pm

PYLrulz wrote:Problem is, if something happens, and the FIA does nothing stating "Oh, it's just a racing deal", there will be a group of fans that will either claim that "Hey, since the FIA punished for that in the past, they should still punish now!", or "What are they waiting for?!?  For someone to get killed"?!?

Yeah, but then again, this happens with every single FIA decision, no matter how good or bad it is.
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