Posts Tagged ‘stewards’ decisions’

2 Apr 2009: F1: Here we go again – Hamilton disqualified from Oz results

Lewis Hamilton has been stripped of his third place in the Australian Grand Prix after stewards reconvened and decided the McLaren driver and his team had deliberately misled the original investigation into how the race had finished.

16 Oct 2008: F1: Blundell calls stewards unfit for purpose

Don’t bottle it up, Mark! You’ve got to learn to tell it like it is. No, but seriously, it’s very refreshing to hear somebody other than Sir Jackie Stewart in the risk-averse, conservative world of F1 actually expressing a worthwhile opinion.

12 Oct 2008: F1: Alonso triumphs again as Hamilton pays for blunder

Fernando Alonso won his second race in a row after Lewis Hamilton’s rash start to the Japanese Grand Prix re-opened all of last season’s questions about the McLaren driver’s ability to stand the pressure of the championship battle.

23 Sep 2008: F1: Hamilton and McLaren lose Belgian GP appeal

McLaren and Lewis Hamilton have failed to win their appeal against the penalty that stripped them of victory in the rain-soaked Belgian Grand Prix.

7 Sep 2008: The fix is in: stewards hand Hamilton’s Spa victory to Ferrari

Lewis Hamilton beat the rain, the challenging Spa circuit and Kimi Raikkonen to take the flag first at the Belgian Grand Prix – but the one battle he couldn’t win was against the race stewards who stripped him of his victory.

6 Sep 2008: GP2: Stewards’ decisions dominate first Spa race

Mike Conway lost the chance to start from pole for tomorrow’s GP2 Belgian sprint race after a stewards’ decision promoted him to seventh in a penalty-strewn feature race.

24 Aug 2008: F1: Massa cruises to controversial win

Felipe Massa dominated the European Grand Prix from start to chequered flag – but his win was mired in controversy after stewards chose to delay investigating a possible penalty until after the race had finished.

28 Apr 2008: F1: drivers face no action after Glock-Coulthard collision

It was far from being the most dramatic moment of the Spanish Grand Prix. But the collision between Red Bull’s David Coulthard and Timo Glock around Lap 54 provoked a stewards’ inquiry after the Toyota rookie appeared to shunt the veteran Scot from behind on an ill-advised overtaking manoeuvre.

 
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