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August 07, 2003

Ralf Schumacher was officially blamed for the multiple collision at the start of the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim in Germany on Sunday, which led to six cars going out of the race.

As punishment, race stewards ruled that  the German would have to drop 10 grid positions from his qualifying spot at the start of his next race, the Hungarian Grand Prix, on August 24.

Are the stewards right? Is the punishment too harsh?

 

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Number of User Comments: 67




Sub: Ralf punishment

WEll, what can i say........Ralf was going after Barichello. He wanted to block him so that JPM could have an easy race....but then you know ...


Posted by sabeel





Sub: Re: Ralf

Yeah, it's definitely wrong. People are measured by different yardsticks. Last year Ferrari even asked Barrichello to slow down before reaching the podium and then ...


Posted by lakshmi





Sub: Too Harsh

I think the penalty is too harsh. I dont think he deserves to lose 10 places. Maybe a couple of places. Maybe 3-4 places might ...


Posted by Narasimham AVSL





Sub: Ralf Schumacher innocent

I saw the race live and i believe that Ralf is innocent -- Ralf's movement towards his left was more of a reaction due to ...


Posted by Prasad.S.Patil





Sub: kidding?

That was a completely idiotic move my Ralf. And to see one of the best starts of kimi (not just by his standards) to be ...


Posted by venkat




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