#1 Simon Dyson shot a 5-unde by jinshuiqian0713 20.02.2020 20:29

Jenson Button vented his frustration at F1s pathetic radio rules after he was penalised for what seemed to be a safety issue during the Hungarian Grand Prix.Button slowed on the fifth lap at the Hungaroring, immediately telling McLaren his brake pedal was dropping to the floor when he pressed it. McLarens response was: Do not shift, we have lost hydraulic pressure, only for the 2009 world champion to receive a drive-through penalty for banned radio communications, something required following the tightening of the radio regulations.Later in the race, Button took to his radio to say: So the brake pedal going to the floor is not classed as a safety issue? Quite interesting. I think Charlie [Whiting, FIA race director] needs to read up on what is safe and what isnt.Button, who eventually retired from the race with an oil leak, was adamant afterwards that he had been penalised for a safety issue which could have led to an accident.Its a stupid regulation, Button said after the race. I completely understand that drivers should not be fed information that helps us drive the car, Im totally with that because I think its wrong that we are told every corner where our team mate is quicker or slower than us, and fuel saving should be down to us and so much should be down to us but when its a safety concern, the brake pedal going to the floor, you shouldnt get penalised for stopping an accident but we did today.The rules were enforced to stop drivers being coached by the pit wall after a flurry of fan complaints in 2015. Button agrees with the principal of the rule but says his issue in Hungary was proof it has gone too far.There are certain things I like with drivers not being allowed to ask how quick their teammate is, or whether they should rub their arse on certain corners or pick their nose but for me I think its pathetic that you get penalised for stopping an incident.Asked whether the Grand Prix Drivers Association needed to raise it as an issue to the FIA, he replied: Its not for the GPDA to make the call its for Formula One to realise their mistakes. I think weve done... Formula One has realised its mistakes in terms of where the cars are right now, next year I think the regulations are really exciting but this rule...It shouldnt need the drivers to speak out, its common sense. Thats something which is obviously missing at some points when these regulations are written. Blake Countess Jersey Retro . James, who turned 29 on Monday, injured his groin Friday during the Heats overtime loss at Sacramento. He sat out the following game, a 108-107 win Saturday in Portland, before coming back to help send the Nuggets to their seventh consecutive loss. Randy Coffield Jersey Retro . Soukalova missed only one target and completed the 15-kilometre course in 40 minutes, 32.6 seconds for both victories in this seasons individual discipline. Darya Domracheva of Belarus was second, 34. https://www.cheapjerseyslines.com/joe-francis-jersey-retro/ . 8 Kansas to a 64-63 win over Texas Tech on Tuesday night. The freshman from Vaughan, Ont. Buzz Sawyer Jersey Retro . Defencemen Drew Doughty, Shea Weber and forward Ryan Getzlaf also scored for the Canadians, who started their gold-medal defence 2-0. Goalie Roberto Luongo, getting the call in place of Game 1 starter Carey Price, was solid when needed in making 23 saves for the shutout. Rod Rutledge Jersey Retro .C. -- Al Jefferson joked that he feels he can score from anywhere on the court.MOSCOW - Simon Dyson shot a 5-under 67 Thursday to share the lead on the opening day of the Russian Open. Dyson is tied with Rikard Karlberg and Liang Wen-chong. Karlberg bogeyed the opening two holes but recovered with five birdies and an eaagle on the long eighth.dddddddddddd Liang, whose only European Tour title came six years ago, bogeyed the 12th but had six birdies. Matthew Baldwin, James Morrison, Alessandro Tadini and Javier Colomo were one stroke behind. ' ' '

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