Ferrari tactics: Right or wrong?

Ferrari tactics: Right or wrong?

Is there such as thing as the spirit of the regulations? Tony Dodgins thinks not, as he analyses Ferrari's decision to incur a penalty for Felipe Massa in order to give team-mate Fernando Alonso a better chance in the US Grand Prix

It wasn't the first time Ferrari has done something a little controversial at the United States Grand Prix.

Emerson Fittipaldi was a race steward at Austin but, back in 1975, he was the outgoing world champion trying to win the race for McLaren at Watkins Glen. In those days 'The Glen' was a big-money race and everyone had their eyes on a fistful of dollars.

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