Tuesday, July 28, 2009


No action against Raikkonen or Red Bull
Monday 27th July 2009

Both Kimi Raikkonen and Red Bull Racing have escaped punishment for the Hungarian transgressions.

Raikkonen was investigated by the Budapest stewards after the 70-lap grand prix for his driving at the very first corner, which saw him make contact with Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel.

Although the impact did no damage to Raikkonen's F60, Vettel's front suspension was damaged, ultimately resulting in the German retiring from the race.

Raikkonen, though, escaped sanction from the stewards.

Meanwhile, Red Bull were summoned following the race due to the unsafe release of Mark Webber into Raikkonen's path in the opening round of pit stops. Had it not been for Raikkonen's evasive action, the two would've collided.

Red Bull also escaped without punishment although the Hungarian stewards did reprimand the Championship contenders.


Feuh...I'm so relief with the news. Finally the podium still belong to Kimi! >_< Thank you so much! This result just added the happiness!!

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