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GP Week : Issue 28
Letters email us at email@example.com Lewis and the FIAStewards – for and against ... The following waqs sent to me (not written by me, but it sums the situation up): "Obituary: It is with regret that I must report the death of the Formula 1 World Championship. It's mutilated body was found in the town of Francorchamps, Belgium, following the country's Grand Prix, which had taken place earlier in the day. "The race had been the highlight of what was proving to be a disappointing year for the championship, following so quickly after the severe health problems that it had suffered in the previous year. "Police are treating the death as suspicious and would like to trace an elderly white male, approximately 5'0" with grey hair who was seen fleeing the scene carrying several billion dollars. He answers to the name Bernie. "They are also following up a number of leads, including footprints left by two prancing horses, which were found at the scene. 3 race stewards are also under investigation for crimes commited and arepleading temporary insanity.” What a sad day. Tony Alves, Johannesburg firstname.lastname@example.org The cover on your last mag says it all .... "ROBBED" After one of the best F1 races and on the 40th anniversary of Bruce McLaren’s first ever win in a McLaren, at Spa in 1968, that 'mob' at the FIA go and take the win off McLaren, Unbelieveable … Had it been the other way around, it would have been "a racing incident" and nothing done but because it's Lewis and McLaren, "lets get rid of them" and give the win to those 'red cars'. Why not give them the Championship too, while your at it! Go Lewis and McLaren. Win that Championship.! Murray McLaren, Christchurch, N.Z. email@example.com I love GPWeek I really do, but I could not believe how unobjective and opinionated the most recent issue was covering the Spa race. I hate political outcomes as much as anybody, but even ITV was more impartial than you guys. It was as if Dennis and Whitmarsh wrote the pieces themselves. I for one completely agree with the penalty; after the pass I thought to myself "hang on, when exactly did Lewis give the place back?" There is a difference between simply going slower and carrying the aerodynamic advantage. John Bagusauskas, Adelaide, Australia firstname.lastname@example.org 22 Remembering Ronnie Frederik Petersens swedish Journalist opinion