F1 » Vettel: Red Bull RB6 is just 'wonderful'

Sebastian Vettel grabs his seventh pole of the season in Budapest as Red Bull secure a dominant front row lock out.

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CDF - Unregistered

July 31, 2010 8:27 PM

Looks like Merc has got their car fairly well balanced also but Shuey has lost motivation getting worse every race and hampering Nico.

Sutil to Merc next year.


July 31, 2010 9:39 PM
Last Edited 2105 days ago

RB gave very clear messages that Vettel is their main interest for now and for the future. We wont see Webber in pole positions or winning races unless Vettel makes major mistake.
Webber, Massa and Button will keep finding their cars strangely unbalanced.... No1 drivers should not fear...

Zzz - Unregistered

July 31, 2010 10:49 PM

"Webber, Massa and Button will keep finding their cars strangely unbalanced.... No1 drivers should not fear..."

Then Rosberg is doing an even better job than would appear already, making Schumacher look lame, weekend after weekend, in his "unbalanced" number two car! Or is that the latest excuse for Schumacher fans, that HE is Mercedes' number two driver and HIS car is being deliberately unbalanced?

Alan D - Unregistered

July 31, 2010 11:28 PM

Albert: "Off topic but how come crash don't cover gp2 f3 f2 indycar etc etc anymore?"

Albert, I don't think Crash is a big enough operation to have any reporters on site at events. It only seems to recycle stuff off press releases, TV, other websites etc. That's not a criticism. With live TV coverage of all the practice sessions, qualifying and race, they can report on F1 as well as someone who is there, and lots of publications do this.

GP2 isn't covered on UK TV any more, although it might be on Sky or a cable channel, but I'm guessing that the lack of TV coverage means they don't have enough access to news about it. Likewise Indycar is no longer covered by Channel 5.

Alan D - Unregistered

August 01, 2010 2:29 AM

Some teams have asked for an urgent clarification from the FIA on the new flexing wings. Looking at the regs:

3.15: Any part of the car with an aero effect must remain immobile in relation to the sprung part of the car. Any device or construction that is designed to bridge the gap between the sprung part of the car and the ground is prohibited under all circumstances.


3.17.8 In order to ensure that the requirements of Article 3.15 are respected, the FIA reserves the right to
introduce further load/deflection tests on any part of the bodywork which appears to be (or is suspected of),
moving whilst the car is in motion.

The RBR wing clearly moves while the car is in motion.

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