I think Kimi would have been on top of the box without Di Riesta getting in his way.
I heard they had a new policy in the team, whoever cause a collision between the two will not drive the next race. I don't know how that will work as I think Perez pays quite a lot for the privilege to drive.Both Force India drivers are now neutered, and one may not be back next year. Sad, because they are both very fast IMO.
Yeah, that was such a bummer. If we're going to place blame I guess it should be on Seb. Looking at it from each driving seat, its just a racing incident. Too bad, it was sure to be a great race. Congrats to CSjr on his 4th place finish.That race turned uninteresting in record time. Don't even know where to point the blame on that start crash. It appears Max is like a magnet for bad things happening to him and whomever happens to be close by. But for this one I think both Vettel and Kimi have to look at themselves also. Race incident in the end I guess...
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It's brutal driving for Red Bull when Marko says your out. I wonder if they'd assumed that Sainz would be gone by now and Gasly had already been promised the drive. Allegedly Palmer has been offered a large amount of money for walking away from Renault, but opted not to.Pierre Gasly is taking Kvyat's seat at Toro Roso at Malaysia this weekend. Gasly is stupid fast so it will be exciting to watch. I am not a Kvyat fan, but getting yanked mid season from Red Bull and now getting yanked from Toro Roso is brutal. Dude must be very...'low.'