F1 » Vettel cruises to Abu Dhabi victory.


Sebastian Vettel hands Red Bull Racing sixth win of 2009 F1 season with easy victory in Abu Dhabi GP.

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Alan D - Unregistered

November 01, 2009 2:50 PM

What a boring race. Once Hamilton had retired there was no interest left. Highlights of the race were Kobiyashi passing button and taking bets on what colour the hotel roof would be next time they mentioned it, (approx once per minute). Good job I use low energy light bulbs at home, to make up for all the carbon that roof must pump out.

lsimanjorang

November 01, 2009 2:55 PM

Well this race is the summation of everything we have this season..

That everyone of those F1 drivers is a hero! Fantastic drive by Vettel as always, I thought Lewis going to win it easily!

Mark Webber is a hard racer, love the burnout thing he brought on the run-off area.. And Jenson Button my friend is a worthy champion, he may not be the most aggresive, stunning & brutally fast driver like Mansell was but he got the job done.. And the last lap show with Webber just shown us that he is a real racer!

I LOVE KOBAYASHI!!!!!!!!!!! :-o

skally - Unregistered

November 01, 2009 2:56 PM

Another fur coat and no knickers circuit lovely venue but a processional race found myself more interested in the hotel roof changing colour than the mediocre action on track

2Pac - Unregistered

November 01, 2009 2:57 PM

congrats to the lads down the road in milton keynes and to vettel who didn't put a wheel wrong all race, superb performance.
shame lewis had the mechanical problem and rob us of what could have been a great wheel to wheel battle.
great fight towards the end between webber and button gave us a little excitement towards the end.
not sure about the track! i don't think its conducive to good racing but the window dressing sure looks good.

XHannahX

November 01, 2009 3:01 PM

Vettel was amazing, league of his own! Did not put a foot wrong, what could have been without all his mechanical failures and mistakes (in Aus, Mal, Mon) etc?
But I think it could've been a much better RACE if Hamilton had stayed out, having said that I'd rather he quit than head 200mph into a wall though!!! Also rather that he had problems today rather than next season when he's fight for the WDC. :)

KOBYASHI!LUV HIM!:DHis move on Button-perfection from a true racer AND he finished ahead of an experienced Trulli. That's just guaranteed his place at Toyota for sure:D

Glad Button could finish his championship year with a podium, also good season final for Webber, GREAT last lap. :D

lsimanjorang

November 01, 2009 3:04 PM
Last Edited 1786 days ago

I think you're on the different channel if you said that race was boring..

Webber & Button banging each other, Lewis Hamilton overcook the corner many times like a rookie, Kubica aggresive drive, Fisichella overtake Grosjean, and the most thrilling part Kobayashi overtake Button! :blush:

It's a pretty good season finale I think, less drama yes.. :-o

And the track is beautiful! :)

PS: Ooo yeah, Vettel won the race in style! Pressuring Hamilton every single lap..! :D

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