F1: Turkey GP 2010: Langgar Sesama Sendiri!

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Perlumbaan semalam menakjubkan, RedBull berlanggar sesama sendiri pada pusingan 41 apabila Sebastian Vettel memotong dan terlanggar Mark Webber dan menghadiahkan tempat 1-2 kepada McLaren dengan Lewis Hamilton dan Jenson Button. Mark Webber berjaya meneruskan perlumbaan dan tamat di tempat ketiga. Persaraan Vettel menjadikan Michael Schumacher dan Nico Rosberg naik satu kedudukan dengan masing-masing di tempat keempat dan kelima.

Satu hal yang pasti ialah kereta Mercedes GP Petronas semakin baik dan mungkin lebih laju dari Ferrari. Felipe Massa dan Fernando Alonso pula masing-masing di tempat ketujuh dan kelapan.

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Kisah RedBull berlanggar sesama sendiri nampaknya tidak diambil pengajaran oleh kedua pemandu McLaren, Button pada pusingan 48 ingin memintas Hamilton dan kemudian beberapa selekoh berikutnya mereka berdua saling potong memotong dan tersentuh kereta masing-masing. Dan selepas itu mereka memperlahankan rentak untuk menjimatkan minyak.

Virgin Racing pula memenangi persaingan antara tim baru, kedua kereta Lotus Racing gagal menamatkan perlumbaan, stereng kereta Heikki Kovailanen bocor manakala kereta Jarno Trulli pula mengalami masalah hidraulik.

Perlumbaan yang menyeronokkan dan sekali lagi ditentukan oleh mesin siapa yang lebih kuat.

Foto: Mercedes/Lotus Racing

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  1. Lotus tak abis game.. ?

    • on May 31, 2010 at 9:03 am
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    Ape la malang tim Lotus nih?

    • carragher27 on May 31, 2010 at 9:38 am
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    Sepat & CaparZo
    wei..lu orang dah cekidaud Wall mukabuku GT tak? gua dah buat pengumuman pasal Naik Teksi tu..

    • on May 31, 2010 at 9:57 am
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    Takde pon…erm sbb internet opis gua ni ade masalah skit…td blackout dekat sejam

  2. wa frust betul lar dgn vettel.. dah ler buat silap.. cakap webber gile lak tue..
    aduii.. dah ler wa suka tgk vettel beraksi.. tapi tak pe..
    darah muda mcm wa jugak..
    jap.. nak siram air sejuk ateh pale wa..
    kasi sejuk skit..

    • Topet on May 31, 2010 at 5:12 pm
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    bukan memperlahankan sebab save minyak…mclaren bagi team order la tu…takmau bagi button potong halimaton….konon save minyak….

    • speed on June 1, 2010 at 11:48 am
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    silap team gak sbb x ada team order!

    • WajaR3 on June 1, 2010 at 3:13 pm
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    saper dok dpn blakang smua team yang tentukan…slow ke laju ke team yang set…kalo team suh slow bagi geng overtake kena follow order

    • jeremy on June 2, 2010 at 8:39 pm
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    CaparZo
    May 31st, 2010 at 9:03 am
    Ape la malang tim Lotus nih?

    you said malang this more malang to lotus team

    Force India confirms legal action against Lotus, Gascoyne

    Force India on Wednesday confirmed it has instigated legal action in the UK against rival F1 team Lotus.

    In a media statement, the Silverstone based team said the Malaysian-backed team’s technical boss Mike Gascoyne and Italian wind tunnel Aerolab are also being sued.

    It has been reported that Force India claims a wind tunnel model of its 2009 car left in the Aerolab facility was used as the basis for Lotus’ current T127 racer.

    Before working with Lotus, Briton Gascoyne also worked alongside Aerolab with Force India.

    A Lotus spokesman on Tuesday said Aerolab “vigorously denies any wrongdoing and has provided Lotus Racing with a full indemnity in relation to the claim”.

    Force India said on Wednesday: “(The team) states these are very serious claims and therefore it would not be taking such action if it could not provide supportive evidence.”

    The team said a complaint has also been filed with Italian authorities.

    It has been speculated that the dispute is actually about money, after Aerolab said late last year that it is pursuing Force India for “serious and persistent breaches of contract”.

    Force India added that “it is now for the competent courts to decide whether, indeed, this outstanding amount should be paid to Aerolab given the seriousness of these current allegations”.

    1. na na na na gua tak faham omputih.

    • jeremy on June 3, 2010 at 11:43 pm
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    and this about naza empire

    KUALA LUMPUR, June 3 — The second wife to the late Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin SM Amin, the founder of automobile giant Naza Group, and their five children filed a legal suit today to claim RM350 million and properties in Malaysia and England.

    They are also suing for control of six companies now being held by Nasimuddin’s first wife and their five children.

    The companies are Naza Kia Sdn Bhd, Naza Automotif Manufacturing Sdn Bhd, Nasim Sdn Bhd, Naza Motor Trading Sdn Bhd, Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd and NZ Wheels Sdn Bhd.

    The suit was filed by Rokiah Abdullah, 53, and her children Sharifah Roslina, 26, Mohd Azli, 25, Sharifah Rosnani, 24, Sheikh Mohamad Azrul, 21, and Sharifah Sofia, through the law firm of Jamil Mohamed Shafie & Associates at the High Court here today.

    Named in the suit as defendants were Nasimuddin’s estate, his first wife Puan Sri Zaleha Ismail, 57, and her children, Datuk Faisal, 31, Nur Diana, 28, Sheikh Mohd Nasarudin, 26, Sheikh Mohd Faliq, 25, and Nur Nadia, 24.

    Naza Kia, Naza Automotif Manufacturing, Nasim, Naza Motor Trading, Naza TTDI, NZ Wheels, Ekspedisi Nikmat Sdn Bhd and CIMB Trustee Berhad were named as the rest of the defendants.

    Besides the sum of RM350 million, the plaintiffs are demanding Zaleha, her children and CIMB Trustee declare all assets, movable and immovable property in the country and overseas, that was owned by Nasimuddin from May 1, 2008 until now.

    The plaintiffs are also claiming interest in the companies, assets and properties of Nasimuddin in Malaysia and in England.

    They also want Ekspedisi Nikmat to hand over details of assets held in trust for Nasimuddin.

    According to the statement of claim, the plaintiffs are claiming that while Nasimuddin was alive, he had promised to hand over Naza Kia, Naza Automotif Manufacturing, Nasim, Naza Motor Trading, Naza TTDI and NZ Wheels to them.

    This was to ensure they could live independently, they claimed.

    But they said that before control could be handed over, Nasimuddin died in the United States on May 1, 2008.

    The plaintiffs are also claiming that before he died, Nasimuddin had told them his assets were worth more than RM3 billion and handed over to them details of the companies and properties he owned.

    The properties include a few bungalow properties in Malaysia, five properties in London, a bungalow in Johannesburg, South Africa, as well as an apartment and a bungalow in Los Angeles, the US.

    The plaintiffs claimed that Nasimuddin also told them that CIMB Trustee was the trustee of a significant portion of the movable and immovable assets, including shares in the companies.

    They said that they had also been informed that Zaleha and her children had made an application in court through an originating summons to take control of Nasimuddin’s assets without naming the plaintiffs as legitimate heirs of the tycoon.

    An uncle to the children of Nasimuddin’s first wife Rokiah had also filed an originating summons to take control of the assets without taking into account the interests of the plaintiffs.

    The plaintiffs said they had asked Nasimuddin’s first wife and children to settle the issue of their rights.

    On Jan 27, the defendants, through Akhberdin & Co, had sent a letter to them offering RM20 million as a final settlement for their claims without taking into account the intentions of Nasimuddin.

    Through lawyers Radzuan Ibrahim & Co, the plaintiffs had requested for the case to be settled with a payment of RM350 million and for the control and assets of Naza Kia, Naza Automotif Manufacturing, Nasim, Naza Motor Trading, Naza TTDI and NZ Wheels to be handed over to them as promised by Nasimuddin to Mohd Azli, the second son of his second wife.

    The plaintiffs also claimed that Nasimuddin had wanted Mohd Azli to complete his studies in automotive engineering, and the latter had done so.

    They also demanded a temporary payment of RM20 million from Zaleha and her children through Ekspedisi Nikmat and for the balance of their claims to be made after trial.

    • Topet on June 5, 2010 at 1:40 am
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    team order sudah diharamkan sejak Ferrari buat taik dengan biar Michael menang potong Rubens di Austria GP 2002.

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