Desde a F1 aos Rallys, passando pela competição Nacional, aqui discute-se as emoções do desporto automóvel
#31642
Boas!!!

Já passou quase um semana desde o G.P. da Austrália e mesmo assim ainda surgem bombas: Desta feita, parece que o terceiro lugar de Hamilton foi-lhe retirado e que a penalização ao Trulli também... Sendo assim, Trulli recuperou o seu terceiro posto e Hamilton parece que foi desclassificado...Pelos vistos fez alguma marosca que os comissários não gostaram...E o Vettel também parece que vai ver a sua penalização de 10 lugares revista...Grande confusão!!!
FIA no seu melhor... :mrgreen:

Noticia retirada do site http://www.eurosport.yahoo.com:

"Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has been stripped of his third place at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix for deliberately misleading race stewards.

The governing FIA stated that Hamilton and his McLaren team had both been excluded from the classification of last weekend's race.
Toyota's Italian Jarno Trulli, originally penalised with a retrospective 25-second penalty for passing Hamilton under safety car rules, was reinstated to third.
Hamilton and a representative of McLaren met three stewards, two of whom officiated in Australia, at Sepang.
The race won by Hamilton's English compatriot Jenson Button of Brawn GP.
Toyota had served notice of a protest after the race but decided not to proceed on Wednesday because they felt there was no chance of overturning the decision.
However some new evidence came to light which changed their stance, although it is not clear what that was.
Trulli, who had slid off and been passed by Hamilton, said after the race that he had little choice but to overtake the Briton again.
"When the safety car came out towards the end of the race, Lewis Hamilton passed me but soon after he suddenly slowed down and pulled over to the side of the road," he said in a team statement at the time.
"I thought he had a problem so I overtook him as there was nothing else I could do."
Hamilton had told Speed TV that Trulli went wide onto the grass at the second to last corner.
"I was forced to go by. I slowed down as much as I could. I was told to let him back past, but I mean ... I don't know if that's the regulations, and if it isn't, then I should have really had third," said the Briton.
In a separate development, Red Bull's German Sebastian Vettel could have his 10-place penalty on the Malaysian starting grid reviewed.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said Vettel had been asked to discuss the penalty with Alan Donnelly, the FIA'S permanent non-voting chairman of the stewards.
"I think it (the penalty) really depended on what was discussed during the actual stewards hearing so I think that Alan wants to speak to Sebastian about that," he said.
"I think it was an extremely harsh decision," he added of the penalty imposed after Vettel and BMW-Sauber's Robert Kubica collided three laps from the finish in Melbourne while fighting for second place."

Próximos capitulos já neste fim de semana, aquando do G.P. Malásia...
#31643
Devo dizer que concordo com a penalização do Hamilton e despenalização do Trulli. Foi o mesmo Hamilton que veio dizer a publico que foi a equipa que lhe disse para travar a fundo e assim provocar a ultrapassagem de Trulli com bandeiras amarelas. Acho muito bem e espero que os comissários fiquem muito atentos.