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Klepsidra
| Birželio 13 d. 14:29
vaideriuks
| Birželio 12 d. 17:25

Tai žinoma, kertam kampą, nes Hamiltonas būtų neišėmęs posūkio, o paskui spaudžiam į sieną Verstapeną. Tu tikrai teisus, nes su Veteliu visgi niekas nesusiję, net tai, kad abiejose situacijose Hamiltonas dalyvauja.
O dėl JAV GP, tai jeigu Verstapeną nubaudė už tokį menknekį, tai kodėl Hamiltonas nebuvo baustas už Monaką???

prie ko cia JAV GP? nelabai ikertu i fantazijas
kazkas_
| Birželio 12 d. 17:30
Galetu po kiekvieno etapo teisejai paviesinti, kodel buvo priimtas vienas ar kitas sprendimas, ir kuo ta situacija skyresi nuo panasiu situaciju, kai buvo skirtos kitokios baudos. Pasvajoti gi galima ;)
vaideriuks
| Birželio 12 d. 17:28
Camicasee
| Birželio 12 d. 08:38

Nesvaik, tai gal tada vardinam visus sprendimus nuo pasaulio sukūrimo pradzios? Pvz. Kodel veteliui baku ivaziavus i Hamiltono gala nebuvo parodyta juoda veliava? Arba kazkaip kai labai panašioje situacijoje Japonijoje pernai metais MW jau lenkimo metu velai stabde ir isstume KR dave 5s ir pirmą vietą atime dar stovint ant podiumo visi Ferrari fanai sakė, kad tai teisinga. Atsibodo jau skaitinėt, jei ne lūzeris Ferrari nr1 aplamai šio incidento nebūtų tik kažkodėl fanai žiūri į pasekmes, o ne šaknines priežastis.

Prie ko čia dabar Ferrari fanas? Aš jau senai nurašęs šį sezoną ir nieko nebesitikiu, o kas liečia tai aš esu labiau jo heiteris nei fanas. Man tiesiog užp*sa kai baudas dalinantis veikėjai jas dalina tarsi męsdami kauliukus.
vaideriuks
| Birželio 12 d. 17:25
Klepsidra
| Birželio 12 d. 10:58

problema tame, kad analogiskoje situacijoje pries raikkonena verstappenas pernai nubaustas tokia pat bauda, bet jus negalit su tuo susitaikyti tai patogiau yra ***ti prota ir apsimetineti, kad tokio epizodo nebuvo, kistant ta Monaka, kuris neturi su Vettelio atveju nieko bendro.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9shj1rtGjg

Tai žinoma, kertam kampą, nes Hamiltonas būtų neišėmęs posūkio, o paskui spaudžiam į sieną Verstapeną. Tu tikrai teisus, nes su Veteliu visgi niekas nesusiję, net tai, kad abiejose situacijose Hamiltonas dalyvauja.
O dėl JAV GP, tai jeigu Verstapeną nubaudė už tokį menknekį, tai kodėl Hamiltonas nebuvo baustas už Monaką???
dargedon
| Birželio 12 d. 15:05
Tokios baudos F-1 yra dydzausia geda. F-1 smukdymas daugiau nieko. Uz tokia bauda FIA turetu atsiprasyti F-1 fanu ir kad daugiau taip nepasikartos o tokie teisai pasalinti metams ir daugiau.
Tapke1
| Birželio 12 d. 14:24
Visas sitas fiasco su ta bauda, manau labiausiai parodo tai, kad fanams atsibodo Mercedes dominavimas ir jie nori matyti kova del titulu. Kai komanda dominuoja ir siaip ne taip kazkas kitas laimi, bet ta pergale atimta tai labai nuvylia ziurovus, del to tokios audros del baudos.
Life
| Birželio 12 d. 11:39
RBR
| Birželio 12 d. 11:07

O tu nori, kad lietuviai turėtų 5-6 f1 zurnalistus, kurie skraidytu po visa pasauli ir imtu interviu is pilotu ir formules1 bosu, o paskui talpintu i viena portaleli, kuri skaito 200 ar 300 zmoniu? 🙂 Gal tada sumokek uz ju keliones, pragyvenima ir atlyginimus. Tada turesi tiesioginius straipsnius

Būtent, jeigu F-1 Lietuvoje net per mokamas TV neperado, reiktų džiaugtis, kad apskritai portalas dėka entuziastų vis dar egzistuoja.
RBR
| Birželio 12 d. 11:07
Bukowski
| Birželio 11 d. 21:54

Mieli, f-1.lt Ar nieko tokio, jog jūs tiesiogiai verčiate motorsport straipsnius? Ar dirbate su jų leidimu? (tik pakeičiate antraštę, taip kaip jums patinka). Ar tai žurnalistikoje nesiskaito kaip intelektualinės nuosavybės vogimas?

https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/brawn-stewards-penalties-vettel-canada/4464320/

Brawn wants F1 to better explain penalty decisions
Jonathan Noble
By: Jonathan Noble
Jun 11, 2019, 2:49 PM


Formula 1 should work to find ways to better explain penalty decisions in the wake of the controversial Canadian Grand Prix, says its managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn.
A majority of fans have been left angry at the way that Sebastian Vettel was handed a five-second penalty for rejoining the circuit in an unsafe manner and forcing Lewis Hamilton wide after he ran across the grass at the first chicane on lap 48.

Many feel that it was a straightforward racing incident that should have been ignored by officials, while the stewards were understood to have been convinced of Vettel’s guilt by secondary steering wheel movements as he came back on track.

There has been no formal detailed explanation nor release of data relating to the matter.

F1’s managing director of motorsport Brawn thinks the sport could benefit from being more open with fans in offering official explanations of why such decisions have been made.

“I have a lot of respect for the work of the stewards and for their professionalism and I believe they would be the first to say that they would prefer not to see a race outcome decided via a penalty,” said Brawn, in his regular post-event debrief.

“At the same time, I understand how difficult it must be for fans to understand why the driver on the top step of the podium is not the one who crossed the finish line first. That’s why transparency is important when it comes to explaining the decisions of the stewards, especially in such a complex sport as Formula 1.

“It is in football, where despite the arrival of VAR [video assistant referee], there is still discussion as to whether a handball should be punished with a penalty or not.

“Therefore, it might be useful to work with the FIA on solutions that would allow the stewards to explain their decisions to the fans and to elaborate on how they reached them.

“Having said that, I would emphatically add is that there is nothing sinister about a decision like this. You might agree with it or not, but none of those who take on the role of steward each weekend has a hidden agenda and fans can be certain of that.”

Despite his views on what the sport should be better in the future, Brawn says his senior role within F1 means it would be wrong of him to offer his view on what should have been done with Vettel.

“I can understand how Vettel feels and I know Ferrari intends to appeal the decision,” he said. “I also know what a difficult job the stewards have, as they have to reach a their decision in a very short time, producing a verdict that can affect the outcome of the race.

“As such, I don’t want to give an opinion on the decision, because in my position it would be wrong to do so.”

O tu nori, kad lietuviai turėtų 5-6 f1 zurnalistus, kurie skraidytu po visa pasauli ir imtu interviu is pilotu ir formules1 bosu, o paskui talpintu i viena portaleli, kuri skaito 200 ar 300 zmoniu? 🙂 Gal tada sumokek uz ju keliones, pragyvenima ir atlyginimus. Tada turesi tiesioginius straipsnius
Klepsidra
| Birželio 12 d. 10:58
vaideriuks
| Birželio 12 d. 08:24

Problema yra ne tame, kad Vetelis buvo nubaustas. Bėda yra tame, kad analogiškoje situacijoje, kai Hamiltonas vos Verstapeno nesugrudo Monake į sieną prieš tai nukirtęs kampą, baudos negavo.

problema tame, kad analogiskoje situacijoje pries raikkonena verstappenas pernai nubaustas tokia pat bauda, bet jus negalit su tuo susitaikyti tai patogiau yra ***ti prota ir apsimetineti, kad tokio epizodo nebuvo, kistant ta Monaka, kuris neturi su Vettelio atveju nieko bendro.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9shj1rtGjg
saugisdd
| Birželio 12 d. 10:43
Sorry, bet pasikartosiu...

Manau, kad visas diskusijas turėtų "uždaryti" šis Nico atsakymas Keke, cituoju:
„Gerai, aš tai žinau. Bet kas iš to? Bet kokiu atveju turi grįžti į trasą saugiai. O jeigu negali suvaldyti bolido, [vadinasi] grįžti į trasą nesaugiai.“

p. s. Aš "nesergu" nei už Mercedes, nei už Ferrari, nei už Vettelį, nei už Hamiltoną. ;)
Camicasee
| Birželio 12 d. 08:38
vaideriuks
| Birželio 12 d. 08:24

Problema yra ne tame, kad Vetelis buvo nubaustas. Bėda yra tame, kad analogiškoje situacijoje, kai Hamiltonas vos Verstapeno nesugrudo Monake į sieną prieš tai nukirtęs kampą, baudos negavo.

Nesvaik, tai gal tada vardinam visus sprendimus nuo pasaulio sukūrimo pradzios? Pvz. Kodel veteliui baku ivaziavus i Hamiltono gala nebuvo parodyta juoda veliava? Arba kazkaip kai labai panašioje situacijoje Japonijoje pernai metais MW jau lenkimo metu velai stabde ir isstume KR dave 5s ir pirmą vietą atime dar stovint ant podiumo visi Ferrari fanai sakė, kad tai teisinga. Atsibodo jau skaitinėt, jei ne lūzeris Ferrari nr1 aplamai šio incidento nebūtų tik kažkodėl fanai žiūri į pasekmes, o ne šaknines priežastis.
vaideriuks
| Birželio 12 d. 08:24
Problema yra ne tame, kad Vetelis buvo nubaustas. Bėda yra tame, kad analogiškoje situacijoje, kai Hamiltonas vos Verstapeno nesugrudo Monake į sieną prieš tai nukirtęs kampą, baudos negavo.
egiduxx
| Birželio 12 d. 06:38
Rosai tu *** Rosai, kas tu per šašas, kad galėtum sutikti arba nesutikti su teisėju nuomone, čia pas mus tai vyrai jau seniai išaiškino, priaiškino, išskalbe, nusprendė galutinai ir neginciajamai, kad vetelis nekaltas, apvogtas ir nuskriaustas, prieš komentuodamas su savo visais tais šulais, užeik čia ir pasitark su kart&stinger ir co. nes dabar atrodai apgailetinai nuvares su savo komentaru į lankas kai koks vetelis su ferrariu.
fnatic
| Birželio 11 d. 23:52
Bukowski
| Birželio 11 d. 21:54

Mieli, f-1.lt Ar nieko tokio, jog jūs tiesiogiai verčiate motorsport straipsnius? Ar dirbate su jų leidimu? (tik pakeičiate antraštę, taip kaip jums patinka). Ar tai žurnalistikoje nesiskaito kaip intelektualinės nuosavybės vogimas?

https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/brawn-stewards-penalties-vettel-canada/4464320/

Brawn wants F1 to better explain penalty decisions
Jonathan Noble
By: Jonathan Noble
Jun 11, 2019, 2:49 PM


Formula 1 should work to find ways to better explain penalty decisions in the wake of the controversial Canadian Grand Prix, says its managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn.
A majority of fans have been left angry at the way that Sebastian Vettel was handed a five-second penalty for rejoining the circuit in an unsafe manner and forcing Lewis Hamilton wide after he ran across the grass at the first chicane on lap 48.

Many feel that it was a straightforward racing incident that should have been ignored by officials, while the stewards were understood to have been convinced of Vettel’s guilt by secondary steering wheel movements as he came back on track.

There has been no formal detailed explanation nor release of data relating to the matter.

F1’s managing director of motorsport Brawn thinks the sport could benefit from being more open with fans in offering official explanations of why such decisions have been made.

“I have a lot of respect for the work of the stewards and for their professionalism and I believe they would be the first to say that they would prefer not to see a race outcome decided via a penalty,” said Brawn, in his regular post-event debrief.

“At the same time, I understand how difficult it must be for fans to understand why the driver on the top step of the podium is not the one who crossed the finish line first. That’s why transparency is important when it comes to explaining the decisions of the stewards, especially in such a complex sport as Formula 1.

“It is in football, where despite the arrival of VAR [video assistant referee], there is still discussion as to whether a handball should be punished with a penalty or not.

“Therefore, it might be useful to work with the FIA on solutions that would allow the stewards to explain their decisions to the fans and to elaborate on how they reached them.

“Having said that, I would emphatically add is that there is nothing sinister about a decision like this. You might agree with it or not, but none of those who take on the role of steward each weekend has a hidden agenda and fans can be certain of that.”

Despite his views on what the sport should be better in the future, Brawn says his senior role within F1 means it would be wrong of him to offer his view on what should have been done with Vettel.

“I can understand how Vettel feels and I know Ferrari intends to appeal the decision,” he said. “I also know what a difficult job the stewards have, as they have to reach a their decision in a very short time, producing a verdict that can affect the outcome of the race.

“As such, I don’t want to give an opinion on the decision, because in my position it would be wrong to do so.”

O aš galvojau kad į F-1 etapus važiuoja F-1.Lt žurnalistas, ima interviu, kalbina pilotus ir komandos bosus, Formulės-1 teisių valdytojus ir tada rašo straipsnius, o čia verčia...
YZF
| Birželio 11 d. 23:22
Bukowski, tu vis dar cia? Gi sakei kad iseisi ir nebegrisi.
Bukowski
| Birželio 11 d. 21:54
Mieli, f-1.lt Ar nieko tokio, jog jūs tiesiogiai verčiate motorsport straipsnius? Ar dirbate su jų leidimu? (tik pakeičiate antraštę, taip kaip jums patinka). Ar tai žurnalistikoje nesiskaito kaip intelektualinės nuosavybės vogimas?

https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/brawn-stewards-penalties-vettel-canada/4464320/

Brawn wants F1 to better explain penalty decisions
Jonathan Noble
By: Jonathan Noble
Jun 11, 2019, 2:49 PM


Formula 1 should work to find ways to better explain penalty decisions in the wake of the controversial Canadian Grand Prix, says its managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn.
A majority of fans have been left angry at the way that Sebastian Vettel was handed a five-second penalty for rejoining the circuit in an unsafe manner and forcing Lewis Hamilton wide after he ran across the grass at the first chicane on lap 48.

Many feel that it was a straightforward racing incident that should have been ignored by officials, while the stewards were understood to have been convinced of Vettel’s guilt by secondary steering wheel movements as he came back on track.

There has been no formal detailed explanation nor release of data relating to the matter.

F1’s managing director of motorsport Brawn thinks the sport could benefit from being more open with fans in offering official explanations of why such decisions have been made.

“I have a lot of respect for the work of the stewards and for their professionalism and I believe they would be the first to say that they would prefer not to see a race outcome decided via a penalty,” said Brawn, in his regular post-event debrief.

“At the same time, I understand how difficult it must be for fans to understand why the driver on the top step of the podium is not the one who crossed the finish line first. That’s why transparency is important when it comes to explaining the decisions of the stewards, especially in such a complex sport as Formula 1.

“It is in football, where despite the arrival of VAR [video assistant referee], there is still discussion as to whether a handball should be punished with a penalty or not.

“Therefore, it might be useful to work with the FIA on solutions that would allow the stewards to explain their decisions to the fans and to elaborate on how they reached them.

“Having said that, I would emphatically add is that there is nothing sinister about a decision like this. You might agree with it or not, but none of those who take on the role of steward each weekend has a hidden agenda and fans can be certain of that.”

Despite his views on what the sport should be better in the future, Brawn says his senior role within F1 means it would be wrong of him to offer his view on what should have been done with Vettel.

“I can understand how Vettel feels and I know Ferrari intends to appeal the decision,” he said. “I also know what a difficult job the stewards have, as they have to reach a their decision in a very short time, producing a verdict that can affect the outcome of the race.

“As such, I don’t want to give an opinion on the decision, because in my position it would be wrong to do so.”