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Sadly, Mike can't talk about it... ...yet.
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Alan Baker
2019-06-17 15:37:19 UTC
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As expected, Mike was once again officiating at CACC Race #2 ("Dash for
Dads"), and as expected, pretty much every driver in pre-grid for the
morning drivers' meeting wanted him to talk about the Vettel penalty...

...but it turns out that he can't... ...at least, not for another week.

Because Ferrari announced their intention to appeal, the FIA decided to
conduct a review of the decision, and so the stewards are under a ban
from talking about the decision until after NEXT Sunday.

Sorry.
Mark Jackson
2019-06-17 18:30:22 UTC
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Post by Alan Baker
Because Ferrari announced their intention to appeal, the FIA decided
to conduct a review of the decision
More correctly, Ferrari decided last Thursday not to appeal (F1 sporting
regulation 17.2 specifically bars such an appeal) but "lodged a request
for the FIA to review the decision" (per a provision of the
International Sporting Code):

http://classic.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/144193
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Heron
2019-06-17 19:02:56 UTC
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Post by Mark Jackson
Post by Alan Baker
Because Ferrari announced their intention to appeal, the FIA decided
to conduct a review of the decision
More correctly, Ferrari decided last Thursday not to appeal (F1 sporting
regulation 17.2 specifically bars such an appeal) but "lodged a request
for the FIA to review the decision" (per a provision of the
http://classic.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/144193
Already previously addressed:
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!original/rec.autos.sport.f1/jDBZNHA3hWk/qOmkenl9BQAJ
Alan Baker
2019-06-18 01:07:40 UTC
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Post by Mark Jackson
Post by Alan Baker
Because Ferrari announced their intention to appeal, the FIA decided
to conduct a review of the decision
More correctly, Ferrari decided last Thursday not to appeal (F1 sporting
regulation 17.2 specifically bars such an appeal) but "lodged a request
for the FIA to review the decision" (per a provision of the
http://classic.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/144193
Thanks for the clarification.
CS
2019-06-19 16:03:07 UTC
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Probably Baker's imaginary friend.
Alan Baker
2019-06-19 16:11:49 UTC
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Post by CS
Probably Baker's imaginary friend.
LOL

Mike Kearnes is hardly imaginary...

geoff
2019-06-17 21:09:26 UTC
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Post by Alan Baker
As expected, Mike was once again officiating at CACC Race #2 ("Dash for
Dads"), and as expected, pretty much every driver in pre-grid for the
morning drivers' meeting wanted him to talk about the Vettel penalty...
...but it turns out that he can't... ...at least, not for another week.
Because Ferrari announced their intention to appeal, the FIA decided to
conduct a review of the decision, and so the stewards are under a ban
from talking about the decision until after NEXT Sunday.
Sorry.
And if he had any integrity he would not be spilling the beans to every
Tom, Dick, Harry, and 'friend' he who badgered him.

geoff
Alan Baker
2019-06-18 01:07:09 UTC
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Post by geoff
Post by Alan Baker
As expected, Mike was once again officiating at CACC Race #2 ("Dash
for Dads"), and as expected, pretty much every driver in pre-grid for
the morning drivers' meeting wanted him to talk about the Vettel
penalty...
...but it turns out that he can't... ...at least, not for another week.
Because Ferrari announced their intention to appeal, the FIA decided
to conduct a review of the decision, and so the stewards are under a
ban from talking about the decision until after NEXT Sunday.
Sorry.
And if he had any integrity he would not be spilling the beans to every
Tom, Dick, Harry, and 'friend' he who badgered him.
Why would that show a lack of integrity, Geoff?
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