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  • PETER V PETER V Aug 5, 2007 04:24 Flag


    If you believe Dennis' excuse for what happened then I've got a bridge to sell you in Brooklyn. His excuse was the only viable one to submit whereas it would reduce any FIA penalties. I still don't buy it. No true leader would cut off his nose to spite his face. He says they had to stick to the original gameplan, regardless of the circumstances. Complete and utter bullocks! Unforeseen circumstances happen all the time i.e. safety cars. Does it not require the team to change their plans in order to optimise track position? When was the last time Hamilton disobeyed direct orders anyway. Most other teams would consider that grounds for dismissal. I don't believe Dennis' explanation for a second.

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