F1 » Vettel takes Korean GP pole


Sebastian Vettel claimed a ninth pole position of the year in a nail-biting qualifying session for the inaugural Korean GP.

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50 Cent - Unregistered

October 23, 2010 7:21 AM

Congrats Vettel! Nicely done. it will be another processional race till the end and we will see Vet and Webb 1 and 2 again unless something unexpected happens.

cmc1 - Unregistered

October 23, 2010 8:38 AM

Now is the time for Webber to start racing for team Mark and ditch team Marko.
The world championship is a stake here and as Horner has affirmed they are not going to repeat the mistakes of 2010 as they have never had Webber's back this year and denying it has made RBR look out right fools. RBR had turn there back on Webber when Vettel won his maiden race with Toro Rosso.
He has three more opportunities to race Vettel in an equally performing race car. And I don't think Webber want's to wake up in 2011 wonder why he just watched his championship aspiration fade before him as he followed his team mate around the race track.

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