Sunday 5 June 2016

New Grand Prix Times article: Lewis, Daniel and the case for stewards butting out

Photo: Octane Photography
After the Monaco Grand Prix just passed I thought we'd seen a good race, characterised particularly by a captivating battle for the win between two excellent drivers.

But no, I kept encountering people online who thought it was all a sham and the victor Lewis Hamilton should have had the book thrown at him for...missing a chicane once.

Strange. As it doesn't at all square with what we seem to want in the cold light of day, which is for stewards to butt out as the sport is over-regulated. In my latest article for Grand Prix Times I explore this apparent contraction as well as reiterate the case for stewards indeed letting drivers get on with it.

You can have a read here:

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