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The Kitten
22 Jul 12 09:48
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By:
bb66
When: 22 Jul 12 10:18
Vendetta against RB that began in Valencia with an unnecessary SC continues here obviously
By:
The Kitten
When: 22 Jul 12 10:20
Rules are rules I'm afraid.
By:
bb66
When: 22 Jul 12 10:30
F1 rules always are rubber-likeSad
By:
Barksdalefamilybusiness
When: 22 Jul 12 10:30
right to appeal would allow them to start from the qualifying positions anyway apparently
By:
book
When: 22 Jul 12 10:39
any penalty will probably take effect in the next race
By:
Latalomne
When: 22 Jul 12 10:42
So we're essentially betting on whether they appeal or not?!?  Are there any ramifications for a failed appeal?
By:
book
When: 22 Jul 12 10:49
they will appeal for sure,so grid will be the same as qualifying.
By:
LV
When: 22 Jul 12 10:52
A few weeks back, i read a report in a spanish newspaper and heard a spanish F1 journalist on the radio state during a F1 discussion radio show that engineers at ferrari and other teams in the paddock still believed that red bull were still generating some blown diffuser effect on their car through engine mapping .

Ferrari placed people at all the low and medium speed corners during free practice at various grand prixs and listened and they were convinced that they could still hear a faint "blowing" noise coming from the exhaust off throttle, a sure sign that the engine was still blowing some gases off throttle to the rear of the car.

The radio show was COPE GP on the Cope radio station.
By:
Latalomne
When: 22 Jul 12 10:52
Cheers.

And if the original decision does indeed stand, there's no way any retrospective punishment could be applied to today's result?
By:
Barksdalefamilybusiness
When: 22 Jul 12 10:55
They wont allow them on the podium apparently, if they race under appeal, so the rules get very messy here. It's settled on podium presentation, not first past the post.
By:
Latalomne
When: 22 Jul 12 10:56
Thanks for that!  This could be a fascinating market then!

Cheers!  Cool
By:
book
When: 22 Jul 12 10:59
whatever the result at the podium presentation will stand for betting purposes so it doesnt matter if there on the podium or not.
By:
Latalomne
When: 22 Jul 12 10:59
No action for Red Bull
By:
Zazu
When: 22 Jul 12 11:00
cars are legal.
By:
book
When: 22 Jul 12 11:01
vettel will come back in now & alonso will drift back out then
By:
Latalomne
When: 22 Jul 12 11:02
They already had
By:
book
When: 22 Jul 12 11:04
alonso hasnt gone back out to 2/1 + though
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