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Discussion in 'F1' started by SPEEDCORE, Sep 7, 2019.
All waiting for a tow, but not wanting to give a tow, too eager...
No grid penalty's.
You had ESPNews?
Vettel tells a different story...Leclerc was supposed to give him tow this time round
seemed cheering for charles and when lewis was interviewed the boos started, no?
Dish network has it.
(But not HBO/Cinemax, since it's now owned by AT&T -- as is DirecTV.)
I think the investigation is on the Renaults...it looks like they were blocking other cars from passing
Sorry but any penalties for this would be ridiculous. Easily avoided going out earlier and none of this would've happened. Lesson learned, strategy nerds.
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Yes, on DirecTV.
Silliest Q3 I’ve ever watched lol
There shouldn't be any penalties. They were all complicit.
Hopefully, they won't dump the coverage next season. Between this idiotic "strategy" display, engines penalties and total lack of effort to improve the product, ESPN might replace F1 with motocross.
Leclerc’s tow never happened, but Seb had “issues” at T1 when he was supposed to give the tow.
Towing should be outlawed after that second run debacle
Let's not jump off the deep end. Monza has a long, long history and "slipstreaming" as us old timers used to call it, is woven into the fabric of Monza, the high temple of Motor Racing.
Hulk will probably get a penalty.
You can also stream it online via Hulu w/Live or Sling TV credentials.
(Or you can stream it using your cable provider credentials, if your cable has it.)
Seems everyone is trying to go to streaming, instead of supporting broadcast.
They had that a few years back, but Bernie said it wasn't spectacular enough, and he couldn't sell the footage to the TV channels.
At least, there wasn't any interference on the track, but the public wanted to see several cars "racing" at all time apparently.
Went quiet when LH interview started then CL started waving to the crowd and the noise came.
Tifosi only care about Ferrari success and CL is starting the weekend well. (Had LH claimed pole, there may have been booing)
Ferrari were the only ones trying to get to the line. From Vettel’s in car camera, he was motioning the cars blocking him to move out of the way.
In a weird way, Ferrari may have timed this perfectly, but were compromised by other teams. Probably cost them a front row lockout. What a joke.
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Leclerc actually *was* ahead, crossing the line.
(The timing showed that Lec might have actually beat the clock, along with Sainz. But he didn't need to do a fast lap, with everyone else out.)
With those banks of computers and boffins ..nobody have a good old fashioned stop watch?
It was kinda fun, watching F1 trying to do tows through the banking at Indy.