F1 » Fans blame Vettel, Mosley blames Webber

Opinion remains divided over the Red Bull Racing implosion at Istanbul Park, althogh the results of a Crash.net poll appear conclusive....

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Maynard Corpuz

June 05, 2010 12:01 AM

As the faster driver, it is your duty to make a clean and safe pass inst it? You cant expect other cars to just move over for you even if it is your teammate. Just a thought.
But whatever, it happened, it is what it is. The media tends to blow things up out of proprotion. Im sure RBR have already moved on and will work together to beat out McLaren and get their 1-2 finish next race.

Horst Meuller - Unregistered

June 05, 2010 1:21 AM

Wow, thanks for that Max, you lend much more weight than just say Hamilton directly behind or Rosberg and Brundle and commentators and 90% of the TV audience, and your still banging on about Hamilton closing in where lap times show he was falling back. You are a good friend of Dietrich are you not, just another favor Max....I wonder how many you have left?

Alma - Unregistered

June 05, 2010 7:23 AM

It was Vettel's fault, and it always was... Webber is his team-mate, he should have just let Webber stay ahead... Vettel was too greedy, wanting to win, when he could have helped Webber keep the McLarens behind and let Webber take the win...

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