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Re: Malaysian GP - Race
Posted by: Vancha
Date: 26/03/2012 15:00
iWITNESS: Bruno Senna welcomed the red flag after eight laps of today’s race. He’d opted for a dark visor for the original race start, believing the conditions would clear up and the sun would come out. That clearly wasn’t going to happen and the 45-minute interlude gave his physio James Miligan a chance to return to the Williams hospitality area to collect his spare helmet, complete with its clear visor. Every cloud has a clear visor in F1!

So he couldn't see where he was going when he hit Pastor!

True! I think Pastor has a wrong choice with his visor. With dark visor in these conditions you can't see almost nothing. I know from my experience, ouccchhhhhhhh! ; )

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