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  • Driver61
    Driver61  15 days ago +1054

    Do you agree? Also, what did you think to the penalty? Just keep it civil!
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    • noobsatwar 1
      noobsatwar 1 13 days ago +1

      Under f1 rules the car on the inside has the right to stay there so I'd say it was down to max they are the rules and both drivers know that . So I would put it down to max .

    • jun z8
      jun z8 13 days ago +1

      There are no rules saying that a driver MUST hit the Apex of the corner, they do to get maximum exit speed. To me was that Max tried to clip the Apex from the outside while fully aware of the fact that Lewis was alongside him.

    • blakasmurf
      blakasmurf 14 days ago +1

      @Gas Gas Gas He wasn't Lewis got all the way along side, and lifted once he realised Max was still turning in

    • blakasmurf
      blakasmurf 14 days ago

      Disagree, Max compromised Lewis' line so much into Copse he didn't have much choice but to miss, make a late apex or back out. Max turns into the corner like normal disregarding that Lewis' can't suddenly disappear. Max expected Lewis' to back out. Live by the sword moment...

    • Razzle1964
      Razzle1964 14 days ago

      @john doe Give it time, son. Give it time.

  • Alex Luyima
    Alex Luyima 14 hours ago

    All talk no facts!

  • Donnie D
    Donnie D Day ago

    It was "play chicken" and Crashtappen lost this time. Max is using those technique race in race out, last two races, Lewis backed out both times. Max is know of squeezing other drivers in the walls/off track. However, Max had an option of the greater picture and back off, and do "max attack" at later stage, this way he lost valuable points. To me this was a racing incident, as there was no deliberate action of any driver.

  • Jdaniels1995
    Jdaniels1995 Day ago

    Oh you thought this race was exciting wait till f1 goes bowling 🎳

  • hav
    hav Day ago

    no video analysis? shit content

  • Data Dog
    Data Dog Day ago

    Thank you for actually being reasonable. But I’ll take it one further. On the Hamilton onboard you can hear him drop the throttle leading his front left straight into Verstappen. Given the fact that these drivers can position the car exactly how they want I find that this was a 100% intentional move to crash max. Hamilton knew that contact on the back of his tire wouldn’t upset his car as much as Max’s front side contact. If max has died and this was a police investigation I assure you they would have found Hamilton culpable of manslaughter

    • Data Dog
      Data Dog Day ago

      Let me just add that Hamilton’s actions in general are unbecoming of a sportsman …. Let alone a knight…. He is making a fool of himself and this sport

  • Pierre L
    Pierre L 2 days ago

    I totaly disagree with you white supremacist.

  • nyamaxel
    nyamaxel 3 days ago

    Charles Leclerc proves this analysis wrong. Check out Jolyon Palmer's analysis flash-player.org/video/Rp0GG4y3is8-video.html

  • Recta 1111111111111111111

    It was done on purpose

  • الجوهر النفيس

    Just a question .. Are we talking here about the power of racing cars or race of two people?!!! .

  • Greg L
    Greg L 3 days ago

    I have to ask. If HAM was next to VER almost against the pit wall how could he expect HAM to take a normal apex? We all know Max drives like he's alone on he track on lap one every race. He needs to show a little respect for what he's doing. If it were 40 years ago he would not be stupid brave. I hope he matures but Red bull aggressively going after a racing incident like it was dirty tactics is not going to help him realize he's the Dale Earnhardt of F1

  • Panache Automotive
    Panache Automotive 4 days ago

    After the very amateurish analysis I'm unfollowing you as it would be hard to take anything you say seriously from here on out.

  • joel la Soe
    joel la Soe 4 days ago

    The 10 second penalty was extraordinarily low. Lewis and Max are the only contenders for the championship and Lewis did it on purpose 100%.
    Lewis is a 7 times world champion driving on his home track. He knew exactly what would happen. He was disrespectful towards Max after the race and he risked killing Max just for some points.
    Lewis should've imo been disqualified from the race. And I would want to same for Max if the roles were reversed.
    10 seconds is just a little tap on the finger.

  • Martin Carpenter
    Martin Carpenter 4 days ago

    You better find that video that shows Max move his steering wheel twice and that’s what started everything. Please find the video and take a look

  • David Peniel
    David Peniel 4 days ago

    the controversy stems from the charged atmosphere concerning race, so calling out Sir Hamilton out is racist, supporting verstappen is racist and christian horner backing his driver is also racist per some tweets ive seen. Had this been between verstappen and bottas or lando whoever drove into who would be blamed. Nobody wants to back down so here we are with Fia refusing to review red bulls appeal.

  • Devilliers Molefe
    Devilliers Molefe 4 days ago

    Are you going to make a video explaining why the FIA are wrong to not increase Hamilton’s penalty?

  • Telmo Sanz
    Telmo Sanz 4 days ago

    I’d really like to see Max get to the last race 1st in the championship and give this one back to Lewis in Senna to Prost style.

  • John Neat
    John Neat 4 days ago

    I believe this should have been ruled a racing incident. We need to mention/address that Max was moving all over the place both in the straight and going into the corner. I believe they bumped wheels several times leading up to the crash. Also Hamilton passed 2 other drivers during the race with the same move. In my opinion Max was over aggressive when he cut in front of Hamilton and expected Hamilton to get out of the way and at 200+mph that seems a bit unreasonable. Hamilton should have left more room but Max would have hit him anyway. Two racers having a scrap and unfortunately Max lost out. Max could have just as easily taken Lewis’s front wing off and caused Lewis to crash. What would we have said if that happened?

  • Amro Ezzeldin
    Amro Ezzeldin 4 days ago +1

    You’ve earned yourself a sub; thank you sir.

  • Ayub Khan
    Ayub Khan 4 days ago

    Drivers are constantly pushing to gain or hold on to positions.. this was no different.. to say one is at fault completely flies in the face of competition that was taking place between the two drivers..
    I'm no fan of Lewis but If Lewis's car was experiencing understeer going into the turn (as he was pushing to gain the position) then to blame Lewis wholeheartedly is far from being fair..
    it was a situation where both drivers were ready to push the limits and when that happens, one usually looses out. Unfortunately it was Vestappen. Thank god that he did not experience any major bodily harm. That's the greatest relief

  • Pedro Lacerda
    Pedro Lacerda 4 days ago

    I have heard so much stuff about "touching the apex" or "following the natural racing line" and to be honest I don't really know why. I know that this was the issue pointed out by the stewards, but there is no rule saying that a driver has to touch the apex (as James Alison mentioned). And I don't think Lewis wanted to touch the apex at all, it would have compromised his exit.
    I would have deemed this a racing incident. There have been several situations that were not different from this one (and, yes, I am considering how alongside Hamilton was) that didn't get even 5 second penalty.

  • Daniel Ogbonna
    Daniel Ogbonna 4 days ago

    Full os S***t as expected

  • R.P. van Loon
    R.P. van Loon 4 days ago

    This is by far the best analysis i have seen so far. Thank your for your clear and neutral explanation of the crash. Great Job.

  • MFizzle777
    MFizzle777 5 days ago

    I have evidence here to show how much of a double standards hypocrite Horner is when Max did effectively the same thing to Lance Stroll yet Horner argued in Max's favour in a very subjective manner.
    flash-player.org/video/naDVLIqLI_o-video.html and flash-player.org/video/uyMxzqxT2yQ-video.html

  • Gitareur
    Gitareur 5 days ago

    The quest of Hamilton for gender acceptance, which has nothing to do with F1, is a big contrast with his behaviour in the elimination of Max Verstappen and the joyful celebrating after the checkered flag without any concern about the physical state of Max. Hamilton is not a good sports. Only greedy.

  • Robs ebike rids emtb

    Well u got that wrong glad I’m not subscribed to ur channel muppet

  • Kesaran Pasaran
    Kesaran Pasaran 5 days ago

    Dude, I actually vote for 'race incident' on your vote weeks ago, i want to change it so badly after watching more footage and your analysis. You open my eyes, thanks...

  • Mac Woeffie
    Mac Woeffie 5 days ago +1

    Look at Portugal 2020 Stroll VS Verstappen and listen to the comment of Horner....btw Verstappen turnen in twice..

  • Ju Ju
    Ju Ju 5 days ago

    You failed to mention that Max knew full well Hamilton was there. His turn in to the corner was just as aggressive as Lewis's inside move.

  • Paul Liversidge
    Paul Liversidge 5 days ago

    I think it was 50:50, Lewis was lucky to get a red flag to repair the damage. The penalty seemed to be in line with other similar incidents -- ignoring who it is, their position in their championship or the size of the resulting crash. Hamilton braked earlier than Verstappen, which is why they connected front wheel to rear wheel, as a second earlier Hamilton was only just a wheel's diameter behind. Verstappen also turned in, saw Hamilton was there, turned out, then turned in again. Hamilton never changed steering inputs, but did appear to understeer as the steering didn't seem to match the direction of the car. Hamilton was also ahead of Verstappen going into Brooklands, but not clear, so why was Verstappen allowed to take the inside line, but when Hamilton did the same 3 corners later, it wasn't allowed. Hamilton left plenty of space for Verstappen on the outside of Copse.
    Personally, I'd like to see more wheel-to-wheel racing so I'd hate to see anything come out of this that deters close racing. Max lost out this time, it may be Lewis next time. If Red Bull had the race pace, which they seemed to have, Verstappen should have just backed out and got him later or at the pit stop.

  • juleslovesvideos
    juleslovesvideos 5 days ago

    Lewis's biggest mistake was backing out of the move ! For a split second he was virtually fully alongside on the entry but then backed out of it too late mid corner which caused the front left to rear right wheel contact. If he had not lifted off like he did he would have remained alongside & max would probably have opened the wheel again mid corner to give him the room he needed to get past cleanly (he had already opened the wheel once on the entry), there may possibly have been side of tyre to side of tyre contact because Lewis ran wide but that would have caused less of an issue. Lewis was desperate to get past to prove a point because Max overtook him at Copse in the Saturday Sprint which lost Lewis the pole for the Sunday race, in a weird way the Saturday sprint caused some of the problem.

  • Deven Brown
    Deven Brown 5 days ago

    Step your game up, buddy. :flash-player.org/video/Rp0GG4y3is8-video.html

  • stopato
    stopato 5 days ago

    The time should fit the crime. Shunting a driver off the track at max high speeds is dealing the card of carnage. 10 seconds is wash, a 10 place penalty more appropriate as warning and disincentive.

  • 26hebi26
    26hebi26 5 days ago

    hamilton can't win this season with fairplay, he had to cheat to beat Verstappen

  • KarlosH
    KarlosH 5 days ago

    Most importantly, Max seems to be okay.
    I guess I'm wondering if RB are going to be allowed another £1.3 "meeeeleon" in their budget cap. Since that's what Christian Horner is claiming the crash has cost them. If it isn't Max's fault, then I can see this being one of the points I expect to be brought up in the Review RB have asked for.

  • Robert Hendy
    Robert Hendy 6 days ago

    Put it simply, hamilton deliberately did this to make sure he won the 1st lap... he's smart to make the move looks like racing incident and lied that max turned in on him.. he always lied..

  • zaq9339
    zaq9339 6 days ago

    You should be hired by sky sports in Palmer's place.

  • Stuart Crane
    Stuart Crane 6 days ago

    I totally agree unprofessional driving by Hamilton, so how is it so many commentators make excuses for Hamilton?? Max is ahead in championship so Hamilton took out Max! It’s clear….the penalty didn’t fit the crime…Hamilton is given a big congratulations by F1 only a 10 second penalty for trying to kill Max….ridiculous!

  • Caging G
    Caging G 6 days ago

    flash-player.org/video/naDVLIqLI_o-video.html
    Same thing non race situation

  • _Ice
    _Ice 6 days ago +1

    Günther Steiner about the penality.
    "I don’t care what stewards decide, as long as they’re consistent. If taking out a competitor results in a 10 second time penalty, it only costs a 190 seconds penalty to take ‘m all out. And with no one else left on the track, who fucking cares?"

    • shaftdrive
      shaftdrive 5 days ago

      Not easy engineering taking out even 1 car, those things are delicate AF.

  • Fire Up
    Fire Up 6 days ago +2

    How can the driver on the inside make sure he's on the natural line into the corner when there is another car in the way? It's impossible. You can't expect driver's to take some 'natural line'. It's racing, the racing track is wide, especially at Silverstone. Does every overtake happen with the driver on the natural line - no...... probably a large % of the time they are not on some 'natural line'. On top of this - it's actually Max that speeds up on the corner, cuts in front of Lewis and therefore inevitably drives into Lewis' front left tyre. When 30+ points ahead in the driver's title you don't need to take risks getting this close to an overtaking driver especially when you have acres of room on the outside.

    • Keiya Davies
      Keiya Davies 5 days ago

      Lewis literally understeered into Max, Lewis drove into max my guy.

    • Keiya Davies
      Keiya Davies 5 days ago

      Watch the video again. Think you missed everything he said. Max didn't drive into Hamilton you numptey

  • John Otvos
    John Otvos 6 days ago +1

    *DISAGREE* ...and most vehemently! Who held their line into Copse; who changed theirs? How many videos have surfaced showing Max sneaking up the inside and causing "racing incidents" from his past? How many onboard camera shots from this race show which driver turning into t'other?

  • Chris Machabee
    Chris Machabee 6 days ago +1

    BS!! You show one photo and ssay Hamilton was at fault, that he under steered BS!.
    All you have done is offer one of the argument and act like you know driver strategy.
    I came here looking for proof one way or the other, but you're a salesman and you selling Hamilton was at fault.
    Why don't you cite the unwritten law where a driver has to robotically do everything you thing he should, like driving to the apex to give his enemy opponent the comfort of space. No, I'll keep my line and make harder for him to come and pass after the the turn, it's called strategy.

  • Crespy710
    Crespy710 6 days ago

    2022 gonna be wild when we see the best drivers in the world go wheel to wheel

  • Cetin Basoz
    Cetin Basoz 6 days ago +1

    No, this is just your opinion. Watch it again and again. It was Max fault and Lewis was given a ridiculous penalty. It could help you if you watch a few corners back on the same lap, where the situation was same with the cars being reversed. There LH could do the same MV did and drive on to MV but he didn’t, he went wide and let MV pass.

  • Santiago Ochoa
    Santiago Ochoa 6 days ago +1

    Why is it that nobody realizes that Hamilton was not going to understeer if it wasn't because he saw Verstappen closing in and had to slow down and turn right to try to avoid the crash. Everybody sees what happened and not what was going to happen if Hamilton didn't have to avoid the crash. Hamilton did not slow down to take the curve because he was going at the right speed, but ended up looking as if he made a mistake just because he was forced to slow down and turn right at the same time, which is very hard to do at that high speed without loosing grip. If Hamilton had not slowed down, the crash would've been front wheel to front wheel and with no understeering. Whose fault would it be in that case?

  • Blackwatch
    Blackwatch 6 days ago

    Idk what your drivin laws are over there but in the states if this was a wreck and where both turnin right the and the person on the left hits you your at fault then cause a right turn and your on my left and you hit me then im gettin paid and your insurance is goin up

  • Svend Erik Lynge
    Svend Erik Lynge 6 days ago

    As you mentioned, in the first corner, very brave of MV to take that first corner like that. MV should have anticipated that LH may understeer and slide, NOT expect that LH would take that corner with cold tires lots of fuel, bad air off from MV turbulence. MV to partly blame as well, this isn’t only on LH.

  • Dsman
    Dsman 6 days ago

    No I don't agree with you. At those speeds, they were both at fault. He was squeezing Hamilton like in the 2021 Spanish Grand Prix. This time Hamilton refused to be bullied. SO Verstappen pays for his recklessness and bat habit of having what he wants when he wants like a spoilt Brat. You can not be close to the apex everytime. Centrifugal force.
    Has anyone driving on the circuit to critiseise Hamilton? Try Zandvoort or Spa, you are not always driving close to the Apex. Hamilton was not obliged to be bullied once again.It is psychological. You give in and He keeps bullying you so you NO so that next time he doesn't. He is not the only victim of Verstappen driving style.
    One day Verstappen may die of always bullying other drivers. You can verify most of his overtakes and see what I am talking about

  • G Dog
    G Dog 6 days ago +1

    Wow you must be giving this opinion based on all your years of formula 1 driving 🤔 you're full of crap pal verstapen has had this coming for years.... You sound like a, salty fan boy 😂 verstapen showed his lack of experience by not backing out.... Won't be watching anymore of your videos given how biased you are!

  • Colin Brathwaite
    Colin Brathwaite 6 days ago +1

    What you call under steer is Hamilton’s left front tyre slowing rapidly after the touch and dragging him wide of the apex. His line didn’t change until then.

    • lou kush
      lou kush 6 days ago

      hopeless missle. full send

  • nii danso
    nii danso 6 days ago

    Might I add, this is a competitive sports? And everyone does what they can to win? When Lewis pulls off, he's the gentleman, now he's actually racing... He's the bad guy... Fuck this hating. Next time max will think twice about his constant aggression on the track. He's a bully. Just got called that's all.

  • G Tanz
    G Tanz 6 days ago

    Really, this whole incident is getting boring. I have seen worse from drivers like Schumacher, Senna, Prost etc. Fact of the matter - Max is a bully driver and thinks that everyone must give way to him. Hamilton took the inside line and Max took the outside. Max could have slowed down and gone wide but he thought Lewis was going to yet again give way. Lewis was also at risk of being bombed out of the race but wasnt. I am pleased Max is ok but now he will think twice before assuming.

  • teamchancery
    teamchancery 7 days ago

    I would love to hear how you view barcelona vs this move

  • Marcel B.
    Marcel B. 7 days ago +1

    That's proper BS there, sorry. Not into F1, not a fan neither of Hamilton or Verstappen. In this incident however, Verstappen acted like there was no car besides him and moved into the corner. I also do not see any "strong" understeer by Hamilton, neither in his direction vector not on his steering behaviour. The extra room should have been given by Verstappen, not Hamilton -> but we all know, that will never happen.

  • Pieter van der Meulen

    He made a mistake and should get appropriate punishment. Forgoing on the fact that he deliberately drove someone into the hospital. But he's English so he'll probably whistle trough other nations anthems, point lasers in their eyes, and fall to the ground acting like a crybaby all when an extra ball is on the track. Fairplay is hard to find in England.

  • Martijn Mak
    Martijn Mak 7 days ago

    Eindelijk een Brit die objectief naar de situatie kijkt. Respect!!!

  • Adetokunbo Ajala
    Adetokunbo Ajala 7 days ago

    Many pundits considered this a racing incident, I agree with them. Hamilton was in the same situation with 2 other drivers in the same race. He took the lead from Leclerc under very similar conditions. If events turned out different and Hamilton had also lost a front wheel or flipped his car and (God forbid) got injured. I wonder if some people would still unfairly lay the blame entirely on Hamilton.
    Having said that though, I think he should have put in a kind word for Max at the podium. Race drivers are known to be fiercely competitive though, and this particular rivalry may no longer be healthy.

  • DaMoffman
    DaMoffman 7 days ago

    I think that’s everyone’s perception changes depending on the driver. Biased? Definitely.
    flash-player.org/video/2QJTAVnaLRI-video.html

  • Adam Rogers
    Adam Rogers 7 days ago

    He only missed the apex by a tiny margin and I don’t think the penalty was fair as it’s a racing incident

  • Nastov Marjan
    Nastov Marjan 7 days ago

    flash-player.org/video/ibR4R8PJaQw-video.html

  • iamtheredstrange
    iamtheredstrange 7 days ago

    Completely wrong.
    Hamilton was exactly on his line. Verstappen tried to pass and miscalculated. Watch the tape again: HE moved into Hamilton’s car, not the opposite.
    Verstappen has done this before, and not that long ago.

  • Marion Elwell
    Marion Elwell 7 days ago

    For those who wish to share this, here's the link:
    www.skysports.com/watch/video/sports/f1/12112470/horner-on-max-stroll-crash
    This clip is just for Horner’s comments Not the fact it was FP2
    Funny how Horner sees an incident differently when Max’s car is on the inside, and states Had that had happened in a race it would have been deemed to have been Max’s line, there’s no rule in the rule book to say you have to hit the apex, it all depends on what line you take, had you have watched Lewis all weekend he never hit that apex, Max knew he was there he turned to the right, corrected his wheel and then turned to the right again, the on board telemetry has now been released it’s worth a view ……..

  • Jerry Herrmann
    Jerry Herrmann 7 days ago

    You have lost a great deal of credibility with this video.

  • John Quirke
    John Quirke 7 days ago

    Douche! This is why you're on youtube and not racing. Max choose to turn in.........

  • Gary L
    Gary L 7 days ago

    2:50 This is incorrect. Hamilton knew that going around the outside wasn't going to work at Copse because he tried that in the sprint race and it didn't work - he even mentions that in an interview somewhere, so he went for the inside.
    His car didn't understeer, and Max was going even faster at that point round the outside (like ALbon last year), so Lewis wasn't going in too fast for it to oversteer - this is quite clear on both the in car and external video footage. Lewis only suffered understeer when Max hit his front wheel, so it was a result of the collision, not the speed.
    RBs tyres aren't fully up to temp in the early part of lap one, and this is clear by the fact Lewis can easily keep up with him in the first part of the lap (like he did in the sprint race) but not after (he falls back due to dirty air in the bends after Copse), and the same would have happened here as it did in the sprint race. Then Max's tyres would have been fully in their window and Lewis was unlikely to have caught back up.
    Lewis hadn't been hugging the apex and keeping off the kerb there all weekend and only took it a little wider on this occasion - probably to keep Max a bit wider. Either way, max turned sharply in to the right after making a correcting after seeing Lewis alongside him and they collided. Lewis could have given a bit more room, but Max certainly had more on the outside to give too, but instead chose to squeeze Lewis with the inevitable collision - Max had been squeezing Lewis since the start with some slight contact even before Copse, and that is in my opinion why the collision happened.
    The stewards used Lewis's distance from the apex as the primary cause, with no mention of understeer etc, so not even the stewards agree with this account of events.
    Sky's Karun Chandhok has a good in depth video analysis and so does Jolian Palmer:
    flash-player.org/video/fw2r2-9LWJQ-video.html
    flash-player.org/video/Rp0GG4y3is8-video.html
    Definitely more of a racing incident, and the penalty was harsh.

  • Not Me
    Not Me 7 days ago

    Seems the word "mistake" is being used a lot. While mistakes can happen in this sport, this wasn't one. A calculated maneuver made by one of the world's top drivers. Was it done on purpose? Of course. Was it done with malicious intent? Now that can be debated. These are top athletes at the top of their game. They are doing what it takes to win. Sportsmanship is the only thing in question here. And at the end of the day, thats out the window as well. Winning is what matters in sports, not feelings.
    Edit: Jast wanted to add, great video btw :)

  • Jan deutz
    Jan deutz 7 days ago

    100% hamiltons fault. and hamilton is not man enough to admit his mistake. he is stealing point and don't appologize. he wins the race but as a person the biggest loser!!!!!

  • Gijs van de Bruinhorst

    Amen.

  • Jason
    Jason 8 days ago

    From Leclercs onboard you can clearly see that Lewis did it on purpose and he should be DQ from the season.