to be fair...Sterling Moss...
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oops wrong place...reply to Paesan below...
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What DC and MH did was between them.
If I remember right it wasn't Ron Dennis speaking in DC's ear, let Mika by David, for the championship.... I absolutely agree Rubens could and should have handled it differently and maybe the rest of us would not have had that vision of Todt on the radio and then again after the race. You say it's an Anglo thing, well there really aren't any other teams out there to get upset now are there? The fans in general at Austria were very upset to say the least. It's hard to say collectively what nationality those people were. At Indy, I thought Michael was trying to allow them to cross the finish line more or less together, and Rubens passed him. So I'd say Rubens screwed that up again.
It better be a dead horse because it's against the rules now.
Even the tire issue was Ferrari manipulating the FIA. They had no business demanding those changes, but it made Michelin take a step back and the teams were not able to do the fine tuning of their cars before Monza that might have made the difference. The rules say that the tire regulations will be set the September of the year before the season and not changed. They changed measuring the tires before the race to measuring them after the race. Norbert Haug has recently said that the FIA had the chance to say that these are the rules we are not changing them. Ferrari are the primadonnas, it's obvious.