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Sebastian Vettel wins the European Grand Prix for Red Bull, ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button, while Mark Webber crashes out in spectacular style after an unfortunate incident with Heikki Kovalainen in the early stages of the race.

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bolts - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 3:58 PM

I swear that there hasn't been a race this year where Lulu hasn't done something dirty and gotten away with it.

and what was Hekki thinking!?!? Fighting for position my a$$!! He clearly tried to block Webber with two moves, which is illegal in the first place.

C.M. - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 4:03 PM

As the time goes on I start to see similarities between Hamilton and Schumacher 10 years back from now. When there was rules for 1 driver and rules for other drivers. I know here's many english users and Hamilton fans. But come on, this is not right. I don't remember not a single bad things that Button has done over all his career, yet there's something Hamilton is doing almost every race and gets away with it. I'm kinda justice for all kind a person and no matter where you from or who you are there should be same rules for everybody. Right now there's not. :rolleyes:

rob01

June 27, 2010 4:05 PM

After crashgate, ALonso has the nerve to say...
It's a shame, not for us because this is racing, but for all the fans who came here to watch a manipulated race," he told Spanish television
What goes around comes around FA....

hotrijder7

June 27, 2010 4:14 PM

hahaah don't worry boys the FIA wil help ALONSO ON A FEW POINTS, Hamilton was past the wall when the SC cam out if its not in front of you give gas , this is racing. we do not want the FIA helping FERRARI each race do we

hotrijder7

June 27, 2010 4:14 PM

hahaah don't worry boys the FIA wil help ALONSO ON A FEW POINTS, Hamilton was past the wall when the SC cam out if its not in front of you give gas , this is racing. we do not want the FIA helping FERRARI each race do we

quentin - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 4:15 PM

alonso needs to stop crying and so do ferrari over the safety car issue at the end of the day lewis made a mistake and served the penalty that was given whats he trying to do the same as monaco ruin a good race result/move just because he lost out again best move of the race kobyashi passing alonso 2 laps to go awsome move,
also glad mark ok after crash

cheat&win - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 4:18 PM

"Hamilton" and "rules" are two words that just don't go together. But I'd do the same if I were in his shoes, as long as he keeps getting away with it.

Hamilton broke the rules and he kept his second position. The Ferraris followed the rules and left the pits 10th and 15th, so cheating is definitely better.

Funny how people only talk about Alonso. Massa must be really happy.

sokudo - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 4:18 PM

hamilton got lucky imo. he was unlucky to get the penalty although it was a penalty, which mclaren did accept. however, the stewards took so long to figure out that hamilton had passed that he had gotten far enough ahead to not be penalised much after the drive through! as for alonso, way to chuck the toys out the pram. i get why he'd be mad at hamilton for overtaking because he benefited but i have no doubt that he and ferrari are behind the other 9 drivers (5 of which finished ahead of fernando i think) are under investigation for going too fast under safety car conditions yet the stewards don't realise that the ferraris were going every bit as fast but didn't pit. just whinging, ferrari.

675 - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 4:32 PM

Yup. Heikki did swerved twice i.e. illegal defending move against Mark. Too bad Mark is the kinda stubborn guy adamant about his "right of way".

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