Ouch - on the guardian f1 blog....
Chris Pollard is a Sergio Perez fan. “Racing Point’s treatment of Pérez is shameful,” he emails. “Invoking a blatantly unfair clause, which was only triggered because of coronavirus-related circumstances, and nothing to do with personal performance, is cynical and selfish. Lawrence Stroll is turning Formula One into a nepotistic circus. Lance Stroll would not hold down a seat in any decent team, and he’s only there because daddy is paying for the team. Lawrence Stroll needs to play the game fairly, or get out of Formula One. This isn’t his personal toy.
“No one is going to take Lance Stroll seriously until he has the guts to walk away from this gravy train, and prove himself in a team on the basis of his ability, rather than his family DNA.”
That was huge! I think it was Perth if memory serves - maybe a decade ago.That race was amazing, though I'm not sure some of the drivers/manufacturers felt the same way. When that second stack happened on pit straight I was certain the whole race was going to be canned – I remember watch a V8 supercar race many years ago when a car on the grid stalled and as the cars behind went around, one didn't and drove right into the LPG tank, huge fireball!
Shame about Ricciardo.
Yes, if only a few were able to back him up a little longer in that frantic last 2 minutes. Could have seen a much different race tonight.Shame Ham didn’t miss Q3 would have made the race amazing. Now likelynprocessional (hope I’m wrong).
Also much better start time (910pm east coast).