Even the sham of double points didn't make it any better.
It was mildly entertaining the year that Rosberg won it just becasue Ham was driving so slowly to block the rest of the pack to try and force Rosberg into a mistake or hope that a few cars could overtake him. Other than that can't remember anything of interest ever happening there.
Regardless of whether Ocon should have fought for track position, which was his right, it was f***ing stupid from Max. So much to lose and nothing to gain, he should have just let him pass and carried on racing Hamilton.
How on earth the driver has survived that is beyond me.Bodacious Benny wrote: ↑Sun Nov 18, 2018 10:21 amhttps://www.grandprix247.com/2018/11/18 ... -f3-final/
I think that there will always be freak incidents, you can’t design against every kind of eventuality and type of contact when high speeds are involved. From what I read it wasn’t the kerb that launched the car, it was earlier contact. The height the car traveled through the air was shocking but we don’t see that kind of thing often.