Both us us were wrong;
LOL, so in case of green, yellow and yellow-red flag you can do what you want?
Well it doesn't matter now, but i wanted to post it to see opinions
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Posted 28 November 2012 - 22:36
Ferrari want to establish whether there is enough evidence to lodge a protest that, if successful, could overturn the result of the world championship.
Ferrari are "evaluating footage" that appears to show Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel making an illegal overtaking move in Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso lost the title by three points to Vettel after finishing second for Ferrari and the German seventh.
Governing body the FIA refused to confirm whether it was investigating.
Red Bull could not be reached.
Posted 29 November 2012 - 00:35
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Posted 29 November 2012 - 10:19
Why do you rag on Alonso all the time, I don't really like the guy but he has done nothing wrong this year, it doesn't say Alonso is going to lodge a protest, it says Ferrari.
Give it a rest, christ.
The 31-year-old Alonso, who was world champion in 2005 and 2006, is believed to be pushing Ferrari to make an official protest to the FIA.
Posted 29 November 2012 - 10:20
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Posted 29 November 2012 - 11:30
Indeed. The stories of Ferrari lodging a protest are about as true as this story...
This is all moot anyway, the FIA states that they will never change the result of a championship on technicalities like this. Ferrari have stated multiple times that they aren't going to lodge a protest, the media is whipping up a story where there isn't one.
The Ferrari F1 team has announced that it is ‘evaluating’ whether to launch an official protest against Christmas.
‘Last December we became aware that a man travelled the world giving gifts to children whilst wearing a suit that made unauthorised use of the signature red and white Ferrari colours,’ said Maranello spokesman Paul Oozer. ‘Since then we have been carefully examining footage of this ‘Christmas’ event and, although we did not mention it at the time, we now believe we have a case against the gentleman who infringed our copyright, Mr Claus, which we can string out in as over-dramatic and pathetically childish a way as possible.’
If the Italian team decides to go ahead with its action against Father Christmas, it could have dire consequences for the jocular Laplander’s usual present distribution routine and indeed for Christmas itself. However, Ferrari believe they have a solution to this potential seasonal crisis; ‘As the rightful users of the red and white colour scheme, we would take over the whole Christmas event,’ said a spokesman. ‘Fernando Alonso has the pace to deliver presents all over the world in just one night and Felipe Massa looks like an elf. Plus, the 2013 car was basically a bit of a turkey.’
As for the actual presents to be delivered to youngsters across the globe, Ferrari claim they would have a solution to that too. ‘What child would not want to receive a Ferrari-branded golfing glove or Ferrari-branded ice scraper?’ their spokesman asked. ‘Although of course in return the child would owe us 390 and 735 Euros respectively.’
Whilst Ferrari continue to deliberate on their next move, others are less than impressed with their potential plan to ruin Christmas. ‘For f**k's sake, can’t they just drop it and move on,’ said the rest of the world, yesterday.
Posted 29 November 2012 - 12:23
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Posted 29 November 2012 - 13:01
If the rules were broken he has every right to complain about it.