F1: Symonds claims Singapore crash was Piquet's idea
Sep 24, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Motorsport.com
In a document published by the FIA earlier today, former Renault's director of engineering Pat Symonds claims is was in fact Nelson Piquet himself who proposed to crash his car, thinking he would do the team a favor.
Pat Symonds should have reported Piquet's proposal to crash (if it happened) as soon as it was made. If for no other reason that the possibility that such an action could have involved other cars leading to some one being injured.
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