The FIA’s full message with Alonso’s sanction and Mick curtain

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In the last years, pilots and aficionados of the Formula 1 has reached the point in a critique of the hackers encapsulating the rules: inconsistency at the time of application.

Similar actions are performed in a number of different ways, and it is expected that it is, with la salida de Masi (converted to Turkish cab) and the league Eduardo Freitasy Niels Wittichlas cosas fueran distintas.

As an embargo, and since the principle is to change the boxes, it is also possible to find all the cost structures of the passage, as it is dominated in the Miami Grand Prix. Allí, Alonso fue penalized with five seconds per shock against Gasly in curve 1 a carcass. The Asturias admit to the media that they are surprised by what they say, and that they are castrated by the “demasiad optimist”.

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Aunque puede haber debate sobre si lo de Alonso con Pierre Gasly firing a carousel launcher or cast iron, cayó penalty and solo hizo that the # 14 perdiera position with your computer Esteban Ocon. Sin embargo, ahí no acabó la historia.

By an action I paced and in the curve mass at the end of the carrera, a Mick Schumacherque se llevó por delante a Sebastian Vettel, no le consideraron culpable. In order to study an accident, the commissioners consider that both pilots are only responsible and that they follow the goal by the one who Aston Martin tuvo que abandonar.

Comparing incidental events, at the point of the circuit, to find sufficient differences as to whether they are castrated with different severity, because the grave is slightly desperate.

In the penalty area, y mientras Fernando Alonso abrir hueco deal with detroit pilots for no curtain positions when the sanction is applied, the asturion jumping the curve 14 from the chicane complication of Miami circuitand quickly ascending to the hands of the commissars.

At one point or another, the FIA ​​dictated that the biathlon had just launched a “long-distance abandoned runway” at the pace of the flight and imposing a series of second-degree sanctions that the 9-year-old had to take off at 11 a.m. .

Newly compared to the penalty with what is not left Mick Schumacher, pero aún hay más: además de los cinco segundos, a Alonso le impusieron en su carnet a point of sanctionit is said, a track solid is considered to be a grave grave as having to be cast in superlicense.

And the debate is overwhelming: the FIA ​​penalized with much more time to recruit a whore in one fell swoop all the way to the end of the week, maneuvering against the backdrop of the chicane literal, which literally embraces the other pilot and car.

¿Which message is mandated with the basis of the decisions?

However, it is also important to analyze the joys and obligations of wearing an underwear rope that colocar barreras TecPro at a point in the circuit where it has been demonstrated that there have been many accidents (aquí para leer más).

The inconsistency is present.

Lando Norris, of McLaren, on a scooter in the boxes intended for shooting in the car

Lando Norris, of McLaren, on a scooter in the boxes intended for shooting in the car

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Alex Albon, Williams FW44

Alex Albon, Williams FW44

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Alex Albon, Williams FW44

Alex Albon, Williams FW44

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Alex Albon, Williams FW44

Alex Albon, Williams FW44

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Jenson Button, Williams Racing consultant

Jenson Button, Williams Racing consultant

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Nicholas Latifi, Williams FW44

Nicholas Latifi, Williams FW44

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Nicholas Latifi, Williams FW44

Nicholas Latifi, Williams FW44

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Nicholas Latifi, Williams FW44, Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri AT03

Nicholas Latifi, Williams FW44, Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri AT03

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Carlos Sainz, Ferrari F1-75

Carlos Sainz, Ferrari F1-75

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Carlos Sainz, Ferrari, John Elkann, president of FIAT Chrysler Automobiles

Carlos Sainz, Ferrari, John Elkann, president of FIAT Chrysler Automobiles

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Charles Leclerc, Ferrari

Charles Leclerc, Ferrari

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Charles Leclerc, Ferrari

Charles Leclerc, Ferrari

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Charles Leclerc, Ferrari F1-75

Charles Leclerc, Ferrari F1-75

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Charles Leclerc, Ferrari F1-75, pitstop

Charles Leclerc, Ferrari F1-75, pitstop

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Charles Leclerc, Ferrari, second, Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing, first and Carlos Sainz, Ferrari, third

Charles Leclerc, Ferrari, second, Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing, first and Carlos Sainz, Ferrari, third

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El ganador Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing

El ganador Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing

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El ganador Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing

El ganador Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing

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Esteban Ocon, Alpine A522

Esteban Ocon, Alpine A522

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Esteban Ocon, Alpine A522

Esteban Ocon, Alpine A522

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Esteban Ocon, Alpine A522

Esteban Ocon, Alpine A522

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Esteban Ocon, Alpine A522

Esteban Ocon, Alpine A522

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Fernando Alonso, A522

Fernando Alonso, A522

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Fernando Alonso, A522

Fernando Alonso, A522

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Fernando Alonso, A522

Fernando Alonso, A522

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Fernando Alonso, A522

Fernando Alonso, A522

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John Elkann, president of FIAT Chrysler Automobiles, with the Ferrari team

John Elkann, president of FIAT Chrysler Automobiles, with the Ferrari team

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Laurent Mekies, Ferrari competition director

Laurent Mekies, Ferrari competition director

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Laurent Mekies, Ferrari competition director

Laurent Mekies, Ferrari competition director

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Mattia Binotto, Ferrari team captain

Mattia Binotto, Ferrari team captain

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Mattia Binotto, Ferrari team captain, Charles Leclerc, Ferrari pilot and Laurent Mekies, Ferrari competition director

Mattia Binotto, Ferrari team captain, Charles Leclerc, Ferrari pilot and Laurent Mekies, Ferrari competition director

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Mattia Binotto, Ferrari Chief of Staff, and John Elkann, President of FIAT Chrysler Automobiles

Mattia Binotto, Ferrari Chief of Staff, and John Elkann, President of FIAT Chrysler Automobiles

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Mattia Binotto, Ferrari team captain, and Mario Andretti

Mattia Binotto, Ferrari team captain, and Mario Andretti

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Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18

Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18

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Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18

Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18

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Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18

Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18

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Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18 adelanta a Charles Leclerc, Ferrari F1-75

Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18 adelanta a Charles Leclerc, Ferrari F1-75

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Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18 adelanta a Charles Leclerc, Ferrari F1-75

Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18 adelanta a Charles Leclerc, Ferrari F1-75

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Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing, Christian Horner, director of Red Bull Racing

Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing, Christian Horner, director of Red Bull Racing

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Nicholas Latifi, Williams

Nicholas Latifi, Williams

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Nicholas Latifi, Williams FW44

Nicholas Latifi, Williams FW44

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Nicholas Latifi, Williams FW44

Nicholas Latifi, Williams FW44

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Nicholas Latifi, Williams FW44

Nicholas Latifi, Williams FW44

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Podio de Miami: el ganador Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing

Podio de Miami: el ganador Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing

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Podio de Miami: el ganador Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing

Podio de Miami: el ganador Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing

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Podio: the second Charles Leclerc, Ferrari, the third Carlos Sainz, Ferrari

Podio: the second Charles Leclerc, Ferrari, the third Carlos Sainz, Ferrari

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Sergio Pérez, Red Bull Racing

Sergio Pérez, Red Bull Racing

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Sergio Pérez, Red Bull Racing, Christian Horner, director of Red Bull Racing

Sergio Pérez, Red Bull Racing, Christian Horner, director of Red Bull Racing

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Sergio Pérez, Red Bull RB18

Sergio Pérez, Red Bull RB18

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Sergio Pérez, Red Bull RB18

Sergio Pérez, Red Bull RB18

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Sergio Pérez, Red Bull RB18

Sergio Pérez, Red Bull RB18

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Sergio Pérez, Red Bull RB18

Sergio Pérez, Red Bull RB18

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