F1 » Vettel delivers Red Bull first F1 win in Shanghai!


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F1Tos

April 19, 2009 11:07 AM

Stivala a bit soon for that talk. He hasn't won in the dry yet. He certainly looks the goods though and isn't just great to see racing again. I think there has been more overtaking in the first three races this year than in the last seasons total. This is shaping up as a great one and we are seeing a change of guard in both drivers and cars. Red Bull deserve to be part of that as they have the best driver talent program and they certainly deserve their first victory to be a one two finish. Well done Seb and Mark I'm wrapped!

M Bee - Unregistered

April 19, 2009 11:10 AM

But you have to remember F1Tos, MS won his first race in the wet too. Yeah, he may not have won a dry race yet, but this win will open doors for him to find a more competitive ride, if Red Bull don't manage to produce a championship-winning machine.

stivala sunny - Unregistered

April 19, 2009 11:29 AM

F1Tos, I might have talked a bit to soon, not so, In fact I said the same thing before, but then some said it was his first, RBR not only have the best talent, they have the most honest/humble talent and also by far the fastest car double dekker or not

ToroBosso - Unregistered

April 19, 2009 11:31 AM

I don't know how anyone can doubt Vettel's pace just because he has not won a dry race yet. The man is clearly very, very fast. Always has been. He was fast when he was the test driver for Sauber, he scored a point for Sauber in his maiden F1 race, he won at Monza last year in an inferior car, he was on his way to a 2nd or 3rd in Australia if it wasn't for that idiot, Kubica, and he blew away the competition today. Detect a pattern yet? Seb Vettel is a future world champion. And by 'future' I mean 2009 or 2010!

Runes - Unregistered

April 19, 2009 11:33 AM

Excellent drive by Vettel, but one victory and some folk think he could be the next best thing.
Get a grip - he and RBR have a long way to go before they become consistent front runners.
Also, there was something about the track / conditions in China that really suited the Red Bull ... the fact that Webber got second after having done nothing for many seasons emphasises that.

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