Was Vettel ROBBED of Victory by the Stewards? F1 Race Analysis Montreal

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  1. Nico Rosberg

    Nico RosbergIl y a 9 jours

    Clarification @ 3:48: I add that it’s irrelevant if out of control or not. Actually this part is incorrect. Sorry. If out of control all the time whilst squeezing Lewis then no penalty. As you don’t get penalty for making a mistake going off and sliding back onto the track even if you end up hitting someone. Crucially, Vettel was definitely totally in control of his car in the latter part of squeezing Lewis where if Lewis would not have backed out there would have been a collision = unsafe rejoining = penalty.

  2. Alan Shutler

    Alan ShutlerIl y a 21 heure

    So pedantic!. the rule is horse shit. so what if he blocked Lewis?! if Lewis went out or vettel or both it makes for good racing, excitement and friction between drivers, it spices it up and gets bums on seats!. a mistake isn't illegal!! complete madness, racing died after that penalty!

  3. Julian Lockyear

    Julian LockyearIl y a jour

    @Richard Leblanc How can you say coming off the grass and across the track and then blocking a driver who was on the racing line is ok ? Seb make a mistake and it cost him the race. It is not the first time he has done so when wheel to wheel with Lewis. You simply cannot expect to cut across the grass and force another driver to take evasive action and keep the lead. He should of let Lewis past and raced him to the flag. That would have been the sporting thing to do.

  4. Richard Leblanc

    Richard LeblancIl y a jour

    If Seb was in control, then was the re-entry not complete? And if complete, did he not have the right at that point to defend his track position? I say that he had already re-entered, and was in his right to defend position at that point provided he did not move twice under braking in that defence. One should not be penalized for going onto the grass, only for re-entering unsafely. The flow and pace of the race was barely interrupted in this case and Lewis was just trying to be opportunistic. I think Sebastian's racecraft in both recovering and then defending was exceptional and should not have been punished.

  5. Julian Lockyear

    Julian LockyearIl y a jour

    @Varun Bedi Lewis drove around the track at normal speed.....Vettel went across the grass. If he wants to beat Lewis and win he needs to learn not to make mistakes. If Lewis had not moved over and backed off Vettel would have hit him. No way at all is it Lewis's fault. Vettel once again cracked under pressure. If you rejoin the track and force someone else off the track you deserve a penalty.

  6. Brian Holden

    Brian HoldenIl y a 2 jours

    Ok Nicco let me get this, you're saying that when he initially rejoined the circuit he was not in control of the car, so as you said, not in control = no penalty & visa versa, but then say in the later stages now in control of the car he squeezed Hamilton, but at this point he is in control of the car, so it wasn't the rejoining the circuit that you're saying that interfered with Hamilton's line but post that a separate action, blocking! But Hamilton didn't accuse Seb of blocking he accused him of an unsafe reentry? Sorry but I'm with Martin Brundle & Jensen Button on this one the stewards got it wrong.

  7. Zeljko Madzo

    Zeljko MadzoIl y a heure

    As a Ferrari fan and cheering for Vettel ever since he joined I´m afraid to tell you guys that Nico is 100% correct! Vettel had more than good enough control in the latter part when rejoining the track and you can clearly see that he is carefully and purposely drifting out towards the wall to block Lewis from passing. He did his best to mask it but anyone who knows anything about racing can see what he did! However 2 things. Lewis and most other drivers would probably have done the same in Vettels situation when being in the lead. Especially in the late stage of a race. Even if the stewards followed the rule book correctly, I would much more have liked them to not penalise Vettel in the race leaving them to fight for it to the end. But to give perhaps a grid penalty from qualifying for next race instead! Also giving Nico shit for being correct (and most of you probably have no clue of racing etique) because you don´t like the decision is just pathetic. Especially telling him that he only has one title, gtfo. Lewis, Vettel, Schumacher etc, even if they are exceptional drivers would never have gotten so many titles without a very good car! Just look at Alonso in McLaren!

  8. REP 160

    REP 160Il y a heure

    Nico .... are you kidding me !?! Ur word is fact !?! You bafoon .. how can you control a car that’s outta control 🤔

  9. DelBurn

    DelBurnIl y a 2 heures

    Even tho im a Lewis fan I was of the Robbed camp but after watching your analysis I agree.. rules are clear and coming back onto track out of control is no excuse as it was Seb who put himself in that position in the 1st place. I mean whos fault was it that Seb couldnt re-enter the track safely??? .

  10. Quintus van der Merwe

    Quintus van der MerweIl y a 6 heures

    He deserved what he got.

  11. Mac clark

    Mac clarkIl y a 8 heures

    9 out of 10 times he hits the wall and backs into #2 car....so He could have given up the spot or take the penalty... In this case I believe I would give it up and push him off in the next couple turns... Rubbing is RACING!! THAT'S WHAT WE WANT TO SEE! Rubbing tire smoke on f1 cars ,nascar paint smeared all over the cars, knee n elbow bumping motorcycles, etc.

  12. Briana Cascade

    Briana CascadeIl y a 8 heures

    Well said. Too much Ferrari can do nothing wrong. If the situation was reversed how many iĺl informed "fans" would be saying the penalty was deserved?

  13. Antti Kalpio

    Antti KalpioIl y a 8 heures

    Like most people commenting here, I agree Vettel was out of control. Why? Because he kept on pushing. He should’ve come off the gas and return safely. He did not because he knew Lewis just right behind him. 100% justified penalty. Going back to previous years incidents is not relevant in this discussion.

  14. An Ge

    An GeIl y a 8 heures

    frreporter.com/v/vid%C3%A9o-_PPhfA5XNaE.html .. maybe thats the reason for this oppinion ;D

  15. Nicholas Pont

    Nicholas PontIl y a 8 heures

    just think how the fans would react if the drivers were swapped

  16. Carl Sagan

    Carl SaganIl y a 8 heures

    Nico's stream of thoughts: 'Hmm that was a controversial Grand Prix, I'm going to post a video with a narrative going against the grain. I don't really give a shit about the inevitable armchair F1 experts that will comment and try to call my logic out, I don't have anything to prove to these losers that make me $$$ through ad-revenue. Fuck them." **Sits in a room full of trophies shooting selfie style.

  17. Carl Sagan

    Carl SaganIl y a 9 heures

    What's up with the hand in the thumbnail?

  18. Steve C

    Steve CIl y a 9 heures

    Nice job Nico. Perfect analysis. Thank you.

  19. Davide Schiavon

    Davide SchiavonIl y a 9 heures

    Ho ho, Rosberg accusing another driver not leaving enough space to Hamilton? Yeah yeah, but frreporter.com/v/vid%C3%A9o-gCzkaX2DL7w.html

  20. Roger Preece

    Roger PreeceIl y a 10 heures

    Tidy your room !

  21. Ryan Gee

    Ryan GeeIl y a 10 heures

    "I had an identical situation with Lewis in 2016 in Monte Carlo. He had to go through the emergency exit and almost pushed me into the wall on his return. With me, it was tighter than now with him. He didn't get a penalty. That was a good thing. It was hard racing." - Ricciardo

  22. Sie Hock Lau

    Sie Hock LauIl y a 11 heures

    Hamilton > Vettel... Always.. Vettel always prone error when under pressure

  23. Ivan Castro

    Ivan CastroIl y a 12 heures

    Stewards should give him a penalty for next race for the sign swap

  24. GAMING SCHOOL

    GAMING SCHOOLIl y a 12 heures

    I really like your explainations. Allthoug i dont agree... If you take this rule word by word. Then every single leaving the track should be judged by this. Even if there is another car or not. Because it just sais, that you shoud rejoin savely. And Luis as well saw that he was off the Track so he could have slowed down even more and overtake him on the left. Because as you already said... He is one of the best drivers (ever). So he wanted the risk, he speculated that Vettel gets a penalty. That was the only reason why he was that close. Other than thatfi fully agree with you, that his behaviour on the Radio was absolutly unprofessional. Hätts auf deutsch schreiben sollen. :)

  25. Paul Rolph

    Paul RolphIl y a 12 heures

    I think your analysis of the incident and how you validated the Race Steward's decision was spot on. You presented fact and rationale without emotion. No doubt some of the drivers you covered will watch this video and be angered because of the accuracy. Truth and ego can't be swallowed at the same time, with ego usually being want makes it through to the stomach and the truth being spat out ...usually the symptom of anger. :-)

  26. Symon Wallace

    Symon WallaceIl y a 13 heures

    Ignore the negatives Nico, a good intelligent analysis as always 👍

  27. Tommy Haywood

    Tommy HaywoodIl y a 13 heures

    "The racing god are always on Lewis's side"...except that year the "racing god's" kept blowing up his car and gifted you the championship 😁

  28. Kurt Hamblin

    Kurt HamblinIl y a 14 heures

    Very well said Nico.However I'll go further also to say while we want closer racing we also want fair racing and with the constraints of the Canadian circuit hence the reason for this particular rule. I think it would have been horrific to see Lewis pressure Vettle and they both end up into the wall. When you go off stay off until it's totally safe. In my country Barbados I ran off and come back on like a clown and wrecked my car ad another competitor's car. I felt like an idiot after.

  29. Hap Waldrop

    Hap WaldropIl y a 16 heures

    I agree with you Nico, the rule is the rule, no one wants to see that happen, but Vettel made the mistake, and that mistake blocked Lewis, and could have wrecked him. Lewis got dinged with same thing before. it is what it is, unfair, maybe, but is the rules. Either change the rule, or abide by the rules.

  30. Bugsy

    BugsyIl y a 17 heures

    We have to remember, why did he have dirt and grass on his tires? He went off, that was all him. He took a short cut on that corner, not sure what the rules are on that. Like you said, get over it and finish 5 secs ahead.

  31. Alan Shutler

    Alan ShutlerIl y a 21 heure

    Vettel incident shouldn't of been a penalty. Racing should be Racing!. anything should be legal apart from Jerez 1997 type contact. That would make pure exciting racing like when your father raced, not this point the finger and blame rubbish from today. If you think vettel penalty was correct, that is why you won't be remembered as an F1 champion, Where's your racers heart and passion ffs!!!.

  32. Steven Rumfitt

    Steven RumfittIl y a 21 heure

    Great input nico it’s nice to hear your opinion 👍

  33. Leonardo Colavita

    Leonardo ColavitaIl y a 23 heures

    I bet his opinion was different about monaco 2016, even more if he was in that fight in 2016

  34. Ashley Gates

    Ashley GatesIl y a jour

    🤣 This is a pretty subjective opinion. We all know how much beef you have with Seb.

  35. gary wartnaby

    gary wartnabyIl y a jour

    not a fan of nico during racing career fan of lewis but initially i thought vettel was robbed however nico has changed my mind i think a very good analysis and enjoyed his views thank you nico

  36. Tony Pret

    Tony PretIl y a jour

    Nico, I fully agree with your views......

  37. AM75 AM75

    AM75 AM75Il y a jour

    I've been saying it all along. Vettel is error prone. Singapore 2017 and Germany 2018 races amongst many others and he's already made a few this year including Canada. In years gone passed, some one with Vettel's error record would've had their contract terminated. Simple as that. With out an Adrian Newey car, we see the real Vettel. Error prone.

  38. Hamir Thapar

    Hamir ThaparIl y a 2 heures

    Bringing past errors that were not in any way similar to this incident is not going to get us anywhere. But just for the record, if you want to take cheap shots at Vettel let me remind you: Hamilton beached his car in the pitlane in China '07, he failed to notice a red light at the end of the pitlane in Canada '08 and in 2011 he crashed into Massa about five times. And he did all that in a race winning McLaren so the car has nothing to do with it, both Vettel and Hamilton are talented regardless of the car. Hamilton has been error-prone in the past, nearly every driver has, but that's got nothing to do with this incident. Monaco 2016 keeps getting brought up because it was incredibly similar to this one, none of the others are. And if you believe Vettel's contract should be terminated then let me remind you of the fact that Romain Grosjean, the man who crashed into Webber at Suzuka 2012, the man who hit Sutil and put him in the grass, the man who squeezed Schumacher into the barrier at Monaco and the man who caused that massive pileup at Spa got temporarily suspended and is still in F1. Vettel's track record is nowhere near that bad so don't even go there.

  39. Bob Bob

    Bob BobIl y a jour

    Why are ppl asking questions like he's going to answer? He's worth a 100 million. He aint got time for the little ppl.

  40. Milan Alempijevic

    Milan AlempijevicIl y a jour

    I like that red F40 :))

  41. Tee Ngo

    Tee NgoIl y a jour

    Vettel is a melter, his mistake again. Don’t deflect it onto the stewards. Lewis has his number!

  42. Lindsay Evans

    Lindsay EvansIl y a jour

    Nico, the problem is that he was a passenger in the car until he nearly met the wall. If the wall was 2ft close he'd have hit it for sure. You keep saying that "he failed to re-enter the track safely" and that's where the misunderstanding is, he wasn't controlling the car so he did not re-enter the track at all. The car ended up there due to his error. Again, he was lock to lock until he nearly hit the wall. So, 100% Racing incident. All that said, Lewis' consistency, metronomic extreme pace and relentless quality pressure on Sebastian induced yet another silly mistake from Seb.

  43. Dimitar Yanev

    Dimitar YanevIl y a jour

    Spot on, Nico!

  44. bob presla

    bob preslaIl y a jour

    how is it unsafe return if it wasn't that close to being an incident ? is it unsafe if the guy behind has to slow down ? what determines unsafe ? if the line is wide right do you not take the line and give room? those guys are so trained on lines instinctively hes goin to go wide right

  45. Richard Leblanc

    Richard LeblancIl y a jour

    Nico, I think your analysis is wrong. I think the rule of safe entry presumes that you have control of the car. Otherwise it makes no sense. Your father is right in this respect. Secondly, you say that Vettel made a mistake. Perhaps this is semantics, but I do not believe Vettel made a mistake. I believe that his car became unbalanced at that moment. In other words, he did the best he could in the moment but the car lost its balance and he went into the grass. I recall a race where you were fighting Lewis in a corner and then suddenly your rear end slid out. At that time you were at a total loss to explain why your rear end slid out...I remember you being totally puzzled after the race, it was as though your traction control failed for a split second. Was that your mistake?

  46. Greg Jackson

    Greg JacksonIl y a jour

    This was Great Thanks for your Great Honest Accurate account of the Canadian F1 weekend Great Job

  47. MICHAEL NEWBEING

    MICHAEL NEWBEINGIl y a jour

    HEAD TO HEAD FOUR WHEELS OFF THE TRACK CAN'T TAKE THE HEAD POSITION BACK...

  48. sergio sprecacenere

    sergio sprecacenereIl y a jour

    chiedilo a tuo padre se Vettel è da penalizzare....hai la risposta dentro casa da un campione del mondo anni 80

  49. Shammi_ Boi

    Shammi_ BoiIl y a jour

    I agree with you that Vettel's whining was a waste of time and he could have opened up a 5 sec gap, but I don't agree that the penalty was just, if Vettel had put on his brakes he would just crash into Hamilton, he made the safest decision about coming back onto the track. Also the FIA should be punishing foul behavior like purposefully driving others off the track, not honest mistakes like this

  50. gingadean

    gingadeanIl y a jour

    All these stupid rules and penalties are ruining F1. Just let the drivers fight ffs . Vettel made a mistake and tried to protect his lead. He might have squeezed Hamilton a bit but what was he supposed to do? Pull over and wave Lewis through?

  51. Corrie Horn

    Corrie HornIl y a jour

    And something else. There were no re entry bollards placed at that chicane as per other tracks where you have to join to the left of the bollards! So again ....ridiculous penalty!

  52. Corrie Horn

    Corrie HornIl y a jour

    Hello Nico. There is one big difference. You were and Lewis is driving in the far superior car in the new hybrid turbo era. Vettel is driving the Ferrari which the British Press and SKY F1 hoodwinked everybody into believing was the superior car, which we now know is not so. So as the Ferrari team boss said, Vettel's unforced errors are because he is driving the Ferrari over the limit. The pressure did NOT come from Lewis's driving, but from a faster Mercedes race car as per the pre race race simulation times. Now for the ridiculous penalty. As an ex motorsport competitor myself there is one rule that has always been the same. The race leader has right of way on the track and it is for the competitor behind him to find his way past. Vettel lost control while in the lead and regained the track while Hamilton was still BEHIND him, not along side him! This is the crux of the matter! It is Hamilton who made the mistake of choosing to gun for the outside of Vettel. Had he been clever he would have backed of slightly when he saw Vettel's mistake, came on the power earlier out of the chicane and past him to the left by outdraging him down the strait. That way he would have won the race fair and square and not stolen it . My 2 cents worth

  53. Julian Lockyear

    Julian LockyearIl y a jour

    What would Vettel and Ferrari say if it was Lewis in the lead and he went off and came back in the same manner? I don't think they would say that it's ok........

  54. Fabrizio De Bortoli

    Fabrizio De BortoliIl y a jour

    No one would left space to another pilot behind... No one. As Nico did in Barcelona few years ago. The penalty could be fair, Lewis was clever to go so fast to pretend the penalty, but in this way, the race would be very boring. In Canada Grosjean rejoined the circuit in the 1st bend of the 1st lap not in safety condition, and Ricciardo cut Bottas in a very dangerous way without any investigation. The problem is that for someone there is a penalty and someone not, and seems to be that there is someone that have a privilege and someone not. Would be better if Vettel got just a reprimand, a warning and at the same situation, in another race, finally get a penalty. Could be better and fair and the races would be more interesting in my opinion.

  55. LittaDNB

    LittaDNBIl y a jour

    Spot on Nico.

  56. David Olbrycht-Palmer

    David Olbrycht-PalmerIl y a jour

    I agree with what your saying, though I think when you approach an incident or a cloud of dust you'd want to slow down and look for the best pass. I'm not a driver but I'd say there was an opportunity for Hamilton to slow and take the inside rather than stick to the racing line. At the same time had Vettel not re-entered the track at around 50% throttle probably wouldn't have had that oversteer that ultimately pushed him to the racing line when he counter steered. Either way personally I feel it takes away from the racing these sort of penalties

  57. KilliBruh

    KilliBruhIl y a jour

    splash splash your opinion is trash

  58. martinschouwink76

    martinschouwink76Il y a jour

    Vettel is a childish bad loser. 2016: Mexican grand prix, Max Verstappen... Look it up, Sebastian.

  59. Andrea Della Luna

    Andrea Della LunaIl y a jour

    stupid rule and anyway even Lewis was wrong. he tryed to overtake Vettel from the right and there was no track so to overtake Vettel he should have been out of the track. Where is the penalty from Ricciardo? I will want to see a race with duels like Arnoux and Villeneuve not a race where you can win without a single overtake

  60. Andrea Della Luna

    Andrea Della LunaIl y a heure

    @Hawk Downe ibb.co/W2HYdgd he is out of the track with all the 4 tires. you can't overtake someone out of the track

  61. Hawk Downe

    Hawk DowneIl y a 16 heures

    How was Lewis wrong? He was following the racing line...

  62. mirza memic

    mirza memicIl y a jour

    Ferrari Fan here and I would have to agree with Nico

  63. Life Is War God Is All

    Life Is War God Is AllIl y a 2 jours

    Whether or not Vettel struggled to save his car is not Hamilton's problem. Vettel deserves punishment according to the rules, as he invaded the track dangerously. It's clear Hamilton would take the lead if he didn't block him.

  64. Devon Kenny

    Devon KennyIl y a 2 jours

    👍🏎

  65. Bash Majstora

    Bash MajstoraIl y a 2 jours

    Abu Dhabi 2016 , Nico crying like a baby when Hamilton was slowing down the column, then Vetel protected his back from the "Crazy Verstapen". And now this... taking on the propaganda talk from Mercedes. Ma-FIA, Nico, Ma- FIA you are ready to take a post there.

  66. Guido Del Re

    Guido Del ReIl y a 2 jours

    I agree with you NICO,100%

  67. Mr Crypto Meme

    Mr Crypto MemeIl y a 2 jours

    Who would feel sorry for Vettel even if the decision was deemed harsh.....he made a big error, came off track and swiped along the width of the track pushing Hamilton off the track and almost into the wall. I don't feel sorry for him losing the victory when he made such an error.

  68. Stephen Sullivan

    Stephen SullivanIl y a 2 jours

    You're exactly right, Nico. The rule was clear; Vettel broke the rule, whether intentionally or not; he had to get a penalty. Coming back on the track out of control is the _definition_ of unsafe! If people don't like the rule -- and a lot of racers don't -- then it needs to be changed. There are plenty of ways to change it that might work better. One of them might be that the penalty could be to swap places on the track. That would seem fitting in this case, and would have given Vettel the chance to overtake to make up for the error -- which is what should have happened; he should have been behind, with a chance to overtake. But, as you point out, he could also have put more than 5 seconds between him and Lewis, and won outright that way.

  69. mazdapremacy

    mazdapremacyIl y a 2 jours

    I hate both of them about the same, but when there is someone going off maybe crashing you flor it?

  70. hernan Vazquez

    hernan VazquezIl y a 2 jours

    If I recall, Lewis did that to Ricardo in Monaco a couple of years back. Lost control under pressure from Ricardo, cut across the chicane and got back to the track squeezing Ricardo out but did not get penalized. That inconsistency that seems to favor Lewis is that people don’t like.

  71. The Bella Twins videos

    The Bella Twins videosIl y a 2 jours

    Sebastian Vettel did not deserve the penalty that he got at the Canadian GP I totally think that Sebastian Vettel was robbed of his victory at the Canadian Grand Prix he deserved to win the Canadian Grand Prix that's what I totally think Lewis Hamilton should have got the penalty. BellaArmyFan Forever

  72. Archtop Guitar

    Archtop GuitarIl y a 2 jours

    Whan whan whan ... Seb cry baby ..... those who say robbed ... you spelled BLIND wrong.....

  73. Mike Ralph

    Mike RalphIl y a 2 jours

    Vettel should have been disqualified, for his after race antics .

  74. James Beemer

    James BeemerIl y a 2 jours

    nico like your comments you re alwyas neutral and as a former world championn you know more about it than the people who has never been in a formule 1 car

  75. Spryguy902

    Spryguy902Il y a 2 jours

    Holy shit F1 driver youtuber, hell yeah subbed.

  76. Predatoramg

    PredatoramgIl y a 2 jours

    Seb made a mistake but I think the stewards should have told Seb to give the position to Lewis immediately and let Seb have chance to attack Lewis like if you cut the corner and gained an advantage. I think that would be fair and less controversial.

  77. Shane Ridley

    Shane RidleyIl y a 2 jours

    Completely agree there was another option slow down, he should not gain an advantage for leaving the track. Also vettel is always pushing to far he is dangerous at times

  78. EmmE

    EmmEIl y a 2 jours

    '' let me look at my notes ''. Dear Rosberg, it's so clear that you have been called by FIA asking you to make a video supporting their decision, giving you a big money tip for doing this. You are a sold person, and we all knew that when you '' raced''.

  79. Loop44

    Loop44Il y a 2 jours

    i LOLd so hard seeing 1 euro donations to a multimillionaire

  80. Jay Ruddock

    Jay RuddockIl y a 2 jours

    Nico is the only smart person he got his world title and knew that the pressure of trying to compete with Lewis was too much so dipped out maybe vettel should do the same.

  81. rich1576

    rich1576Il y a 2 jours

    Vettel through his toys out of the pram like a spoilt child and for his antics after the race should also be find for bringing the sport into disripute.

  82. Dar Cos

    Dar CosIl y a 2 jours

    Great vid, I'm impressed with the simplicity

  83. Good Better Best.

    Good Better Best.Il y a 2 jours

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    Good Better Best.Il y a 2 jours

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  85. kev hulme

    kev hulmeIl y a 2 jours

    100℅ correct nico shame your not in the mix anymore .

  86. Good Better Best.

    Good Better Best.Il y a 2 jours

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  87. LennyJohnson5

    LennyJohnson5Il y a 2 jours

    Spot on Nico. The five second penalty was the correct outcome.

  88. Christopher Pinchbeck

    Christopher PinchbeckIl y a 2 jours

    Well done Nico! Total respect for you

  89. Trina Beville

    Trina BevilleIl y a 2 jours

    The rule assumes the driver is in control and makes a conscious choice to renter the track unsafely. Vettle was out of control,rule doesn’t apply. Another case of the rules unfairly benefiting Hamilton and mercedes

  90. Antti Kalpio

    Antti KalpioIl y a 8 heures

    Trina Beville he was on the throttle accelerating as fast as Lewis. He seemed out of control because he was fighting. 100% legitimate penalty

  91. Let's Get Going! Join Us

    Let's Get Going! Join UsIl y a 2 jours

    Nico, I am on the outside of opinion same as you, I agree with you TOTALLY, thanks for putting a responsible opinion forward

  92. Trina Beville

    Trina BevilleIl y a 2 jours

    Vettle was robbed

  93. David Baker

    David BakerIl y a 2 jours

    Couldn’t agree more nico. What seb should of done was backed out of throttle and came back on safely but he didn’t because he knew he’d of lost the lead. And I don’t buy for one moment that he wasn’t in control he knew exactly what he was doing. Penalty deserved. Seb is a bad loser and I can’t believe they didn’t tell Leclerc seb had the 5 sec penalty. Let’s be fair the way seb gets a team to treat his teammates over the years is a disgrace.

  94. joshua G

    joshua GIl y a 2 jours

    Nico yourself and Daniel ricciardo should of driven together,both gentleman of the sport !

  95. Hugh Chisolm

    Hugh ChisolmIl y a 2 jours

    Like your OPINION on this.. you are a great driver..

  96. DEM JOHNSON

    DEM JOHNSONIl y a 2 jours

    Winners stay on the track.

  97. iL Gommista

    iL GommistaIl y a 2 jours

    hamilton 3 years a go have same action or + + + + shyt and no penalty!!! camon f1 now is ridiculoes.

  98. iL Gommista

    iL GommistaIl y a 2 jours

    Ridiculoes ridiculoes ridiculoes decision. forse stai parlando per non alimentare lo scandalo.... sono contento che hai battuto hamilton nel 2016 ma non condivido.

  99. Musa Mupfekeri

    Musa MupfekeriIl y a 2 jours

    Yes he was robbed

  100. Luca Nardoni

    Luca NardoniIl y a 2 jours

    Tutta fuffa per coprire la truffa!!! Chi sostiene che Vettel lo ha fatto apposta non capisce nulla di F1, Mansell ed Andretti campioni titolati hanno detto che la penalità è assurda e io mi associo a gente che ne capisce, non a professori dalla poltrona di casa! Ciao ciao

  101. Da Do83

    Da Do83Il y a 2 jours

    Ahhh Nico is back, has always been jealous of Vettel and got his seat at Mercedes due to Papa's connections. The guy advertises Mercedes cars and expects people to believe he is impartial :-D

  102. Raymond Lee

    Raymond LeeIl y a 2 jours

    Good video Nico, always good to hear from an ex-driver's perspective. You've got my 100% support for an honest opinion 👍

  103. John O'Mahoney

    John O'MahoneyIl y a 2 jours

    I think the world has noticed Vettel has trouble with presser!

  104. Lake Ishikawa

    Lake IshikawaIl y a 2 jours

    100% agree. Too much faith in Ferrari religion is blinding people's critical thinking capabilities this time.

  105. carlos martos

    carlos martosIl y a 2 jours

    So he had not enough control so he squeezed Lewis against the wall, but he had enough control to avoid the same wall. Wow. The difference between the two "in/out control" states is just the width of a F1 car. Life is so surprising sometimes. EDIT: @Nico I agree to your sticky comment. When someone brakes a rule there is often a difference in sanction if it is done on purpose or not, but there is still a sanction. Recalling to all that this rule is not there to kill any race interest, but for safety reasons.

  106. Madara Uchiha

    Madara UchihaIl y a 2 jours

    Why did vettle use the throttle on the grass? Because he was desperate to retain the lead. If he coasted back onto the track instead of giving it the beans he could have kept his car of the racing line and not impede hamilton. Well deserved penalty.

  107. F1 F

    F1 FIl y a 2 jours

    LIKE 👌

  108. MR WAYNE TURNER

    MR WAYNE TURNERIl y a 2 jours

    Nico respect you my m8 . As you put your family first bless you and your sweet family . Stay normal man as most love the celebrity lifestyle over the real world wich is corrupt by the elite billionaires Zionists who run it all .They want us all yes men and slaves ..

  109. Queen Jane

    Queen JaneIl y a 2 jours

    Awesome thought. Nico. BIG FAN