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Alternative history mid-season: the 2012 championship without misfortune

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    sato113
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    @mnmracer you seem to have missed out Hamilton’s slow pit stop in malaysia, and regarding the late vettel accident, even though the stewards said it was kartikeyan’s fault, it was clearly vettel’s fault moving over so quickly.

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    mnmracer
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    @sato113
    Karthikeyan received his penalty because Narain was the one that moved, despite Vettel leaving him a car’s width + 5 feet of space.

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    Kingshark
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    @sato113

    you seem to have missed out Hamilton’s slow pit stop in Malaysia

    Alonso was way quicker than Hamilton in the early stages of the rain in Malaysia, up to 1.7 seconds quicker per lap. He would have breezed past regardless of what happened in the Mclaren box. The only one who could beat Alonso on that day was Perez, but he choked.

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    raymondu999
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    @sato113 @mnmracer in the interest of keeping the number crunching objective and unbiased, we have to agree with the stewards – because taking the position that “the stewards are wrong” is biased. In an unbiased and objective argument we have to assume that the assigned “judges” are fair and impartial.

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