That or needing to make do without wheels for the next round of the championship :nuts:el2xr8 said:Hmm, how about losing some points, a fine, AND getting bagged out a bit for the bad publicity for the sport? Eh? I reckon that's the go here.
geez not again!Adam W said:Anyone read on V8X.com.au about the fines that were given out during the weekends races, well have a look and you will see that the usual happens with HRT. Mark Skaife was not given a stop and go penalty for an infringement in the pits yet have a look at all the others drivers and tell me if that is fair.
The following Stop/Go penalties were issued during:
* Steven Ellery for crossing the yellow lines at the pit entry;
* Paul Morris for crossing the yellow lines at the pit entry;
This is why they're winning the championship!!!!Mark Skaife was given a severe reprimand for incorrectly rejoining the Fast Lane, and was therefore in breach of the Supplementary Regulations.
After an alleged breach where Mark Skaife crossed the yellow line at the pit exit, Holden Racing Team was issued a warning, in that a further breach would attract a Stop/Go or a time penalty.
Don't know mate, but I do know that while every one else gets a kick in the guts that affects their race result, HRT are let off with a warning or a fine:cussing:HSE2 said:Isn't this the second time HRT have been warned over the same pit infringement?
I say that the death penalty is in order, Now Mr Bush, as I was saying...el2xr8 said:Hmm, how about losing some points, a fine, AND getting bagged out a bit for the bad publicity for the sport? Eh? I reckon that's the go here.