on Top of the Haas surprisingly good on Friday, suggested Saturday's third and final workout on, that much of the move into Romain Grosjeans car has evaporated.
the Frenchman was 13. as soon as with Kevin Magnussen two-tenths of a second after him, which looks like yet another battle to get out of Q1.
In the session's last minutes, there was however drama as Esteban Ocoña smashed his Renault.
- Oh, Magnussen braked.
- I let Him come over because he was on a quick lap, and he de-accelerated, was the immediate reaction from the Ocoña over the radio.
the Situation is so bizarre out.
Kevin Magnussen is running slow, when Esteban Ocoña approaches together with an even faster Williams behind.
the Dane pulls to the side, but Renault the frenchman follows him almost synchronously. As the Ocoña brakes to avoid contact, he runs wrong.
they were Both called to the stewards afterwards.
- But that's not going to happen, for it was not Magnussens fault, was the assessment of former world champion Nico Rosberg on Sky F1.
- He leaves racinglinjen, which is right.
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instead believed the british television station, that it was an accidental mishap, and that the Ocoña was perhaps a bit inattentive enough.
- Just bad timing. Magnussen is trying to remove itself, said ekspertkommentatoren Karun Chandhok.
The former race car driver would instead want to introduce a rule on how slow you may run, for the big fartforskelle on the rounds is a problem, which often triggers dangerous situations.
Here plays the delicate Pirelli tyres a big role, for it run extremely slowly in order to cool them down and make them ready for even a quick attempt.
the Tv, the experts were right, as the stewards judged that none of the drivers was at fault in the accident. Therefore, no penalty.
In the order they write:
- Stewards found that Magnussen left off the gas and lowered the move by harnessing THE energy; no use of the brakes caused the accident. This was confirmed by the off the telemetry. Magnussen withdrew from the line, after having been told that there was fast traffic on the road.
At the same time moved Ocoña also and looked in his mirrors after the underlying cars. When he subsequently looked forward, he was surprised to see Magnussen right in front of him and turned to avoid the collision. Both drivers and the stewards agreed that it was an accident that was neither drivers ' fault.
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