Top 5 Last Season's GP's That FIA Should Investigate Now

Ann GryCorrespondent ISeptember 9, 2009

SPA FRANCORCHAMPS, BELGIUM - AUGUST 30:  Jaime Alguersuari (L) of Spain and Scuderia Toro Rosso, Lewis Hamilton (R) of Great Britain and McLaren Mercedes and Jenson Button (C) of Great Britain and Brawn GP retire early after crashing out on the first lap of the Belgian Grand Prix at the Circuit of Spa Francorchamps on August 30, 2009 in Spa Francorchamps, Belgium.  (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)

This is a very special season. Everything is exciting and unpredictable. Besides racing. But who cares about overtaking and fighting for Champion’s crown in Formula1, when currently we have much more breath-taking moments?  FIA makes sure that we won’t switch to watching snooker. And bringing back GP that happened one year ago does the trick. Isn’t this amazing? So many question come to our minds. What they’re going to do? Take away Alonso’s points? Will that make Nico a winner? A driver wins GP one year after it was held. That must be fun. You know what would be more fun? If FIA investigated all accidents from last season! Who knows, maybe that would make Kazuki Nakajima a Champion?

Top 5 GP’s that should be brought to immediate investigation by FIA:

Brazilian 2008
Dear Timo Glock, we all know that it is very hard to drive in the rain on dry tyres. We also know, that when you change them for intermediates, you immediately gain positions. Unfortunately we don’t know why you don’t know that. It may be your teams fault, but you were the one driving your Toyota. It’s because of you all Massa-natics had emotional meltdown and Luca di Montezemolo broke his flat screen. We should investigate all reasons for Timo to give Lewis this god-damn fifth position. Drive seat in McLaren for 2010? British citizenship? Private performance by Nicole Scherzinger?

Canadian 2008
Lewis Hamilton proved that although you may not know the difference between red light and green light, you can still become a World Champion. Anyway, during this famous incident two cars were in front of Lewis. Why did he choose to crash Kimi’s car, not Robert’s? Same with Nico, why he didn’t hit Robert, who had plenty of a free space behind? Let’s not forget that Nico, Lewis and Robert used to be team-mates. That’s very suspicious. And after that, Robert became the leader of championship. Investigation ASAP!

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Hungarian 2008
When Hamilton developed a puncture, Massa took the lead. Nice and smoothly. And suddenly, out of the blue, his car suffered engine failure. With 3 laps remaining. Call me insane, but it may have something to do with Kimi wanting his countryman to become 100th driver to win GP.

Spanish 2008
Heikki Kovalainen is one big team order. In Catalunya he hit the barriers on lap 22. If that was crash for Lewis, it was a stupid move. Especially that Lewis was already third and the Ferraris were fueled enough and no safety car would make them loose their 1-2. And whoever from the silver team invented Heikki’s tyre deflation was very mean.

Singapore 2008 again
Talking about sacrificing for your team-mate. They investigate Nelsinho but clearly forgot that Kimi did exactly the same for Felipe on lap 57. Although he must had broken team radio and didn’t hear that “Kamikaze action” was canceled.

P.S Photo – Belgium 2009. It will be investigated next year.