F1 » Hamilton: Vettel won’t run away with it


Lewis Hamilton warns Sebastian Vettel that he won't have it all his own way in the race for the 2013 F1 title

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elijah

April 25, 2013 5:17 PM

Hamilton should know by now qualifying is not worth a penny if the advantage cannot be maintained or built on during the race. Rosberg dramatically showed us this in his backward passage at Bahrain, which came despite the fact that its now four races into the season so tyre knowledge should be improving. However ,Vettel in terms of starting position, had his worst race at the season opener, Australia ,and has improved or maintained position ever since. Not being on pole has not hurt him, so Vettel in the Red Bull is going to be damn hard to beat.

On Whitmarsh, Gary Anderson sites Whitmash's poor leadership, failure to instruct Button to let his faster teammate pass as the reason why Button had to make the extra pit stop and Perez loosing an extra place. This cost the team points. I agree with Anderson.

Eugenio Herrmann - Unregistered

April 25, 2013 9:37 PM

Lewis: Push to the limit and destroy the will of Vettel, destroy his spirit and destroy to those professional cheaters of Red Bull.
I do not think Alonso can do that because the Ferraris rattle from time to time.

KevinW - Unregistered

April 25, 2013 10:10 PM

A new brand image for Lewis to swallow:

Sebastian Vettel - Consistently stomping Lewis Hamilton since 2009.

Pretty much explains the delusional rhetoric coming from the Hamilton marketing team. He has to say these things to keep his own brand image strong.

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