pg55555 wrote:Prema wrote:
Mechanics might or might not had been unsure. They might even honestly believe there was a big problem while in fact there might not had been a big problem. Never mind. The fact is that you do not know just anything about what the instructions they have as how to react in such situation. You only pretend to know facts. You are but speculating that only in the case of being 100% sure that there is some problem that they got to raise their hands, but otherwise they keep quite and perhaps pray to Holy Mary that it all ends just fine and that their driver doesn't end in a coma due to their fault. About that, you really are.. in a darkness.
In any case, according to the Ferrari boss, they, the team, were unsure. That is why they, the team, stopped the car.
"We realized there was a possible problem and we decided to stop the car immediately"
But because you apparently do not understand the difference between "a possible problem" (not being sure if there was actually a problem or not) and "a problem" (being sure there is a problem), you naturally then cannot understand the difference between a potentially (or a possibly) unsafe release and an unsafe release.
So, you don't think that the mechanics had a special "we are unsure" signal.
The mechanics did their job and signalled for the release to be stopped, it wasn't - THAT is the team's fault.
Simple, with video evidence.