Jean Todt - "Rubens let Michael pass for the championchip..."
The most controversial finish of all time. Year 2001, Grand Prix of
Austria, A1 circuit. Rubens is on the lead , with Michael right behind him.
On last lap he recives order from Jean Todt to let Michael pass him, that
he would pick up 4 points more in fight for championchip.
In 2002 they did it AGAIN !!!
ORIGINAL PIT RADIO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Top 10 F1 Team Radio Messages (Part 3)
Here it is, a new part in the only series of videos that people actually
subscribe to my channel for (ok, maybe you like a few of my other videos),
Top 10 F1 Team Radio messages! Having made two compilations already, it's
much harder to find funny radio messages so I've been looking to the early
2000's for a few more of these messages. If you come across any funny
messages from pre 2010 that aren't in previous compilations it would be
much appreciated if you could PM me the link and they might get into Part
4! As always enjoy and share and thanks to ProjectMaster46 for showing me
Takuma Sato's 'left, left, left, left' team radio message :-)
Top 10 Formula 1 Scandals
Please no complaints about Crashgate - it'll be in Part 2! Whether it is a
driver, car or team scandal, F1 has seen many conspicuous events occur
throughout its history that are in most cases outside of the rules. Oddly
enough there is one man who features more times than anyone else in this
Top 10 episode, the 7 times world champion Michael Schumacher, because of
his arguably illegal Benetton car and his antics when trying to stop other
drivers from passing him in World Championship deciding situations. Before
people comment 'You missed out ... ' just remember that this is a Top 10 so
I had to limit what I put into the video, notable omissions include McLaren
Spygate, Tyrell water cooled brakes and BAR hidden fuel tank. As always
thanks for watching and enjoy! :-)
NASCAR Pit Stop in Times Square w/ Red Bull Racing
Red Bull Racing NASCAR driver Brian Vickers and his pit crew perform a full
pit stop in the middle of Times Square, New York.
20.6 seconds might not be the fastest pit stop ever, but it will never be
beaten in Times Square.
Mark Webber talks about 1999 Le Mans flip
Both Mark Webber and Peter Dumbreck flipped their Mercedes CLR-GT1s during
practice for the 1999 Le Mans 24 hour race. Eleven years later Webber has
flipped again after his Red Bull gave him wings at the 2010 European GP:
Mark Webber - Canberra Milk kid
What do you think, does Webber have a stage and screen career ahead of him