F1 » Vettel shows Webber it's game on with Korean pole


The in-form Sebastian Vettel has laid down the challenge to Red Bull Racing team-mate Mark Webber, by pipping the F1 2010 World Championship leader to pole position for this weekend's inaugural Korean Grand Prix

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Drymaster - Unregistered

October 23, 2010 7:27 AM

LOLOLOLLLL!!!!!

What was it about Webber showing Vettel how its done on a new track? Did you see the look on Alonsos and Webbers faces? They know the king is coming to take whats his and can do nothing about it. :)

Butterfly - Unregistered

October 23, 2010 7:40 AM

Alonso will probably win this race. There's no way Red Bull can defend against Ferrari on the straights. They may be faster in the corners, but you can't really overtake there.

Drymaster - Unregistered

October 23, 2010 7:52 AM

So now were back to team orders? :), I guess its understandable to be a bit sore after another ownage, so its cool. Now for tomorrow, after Vettel has finally sorted out his starts, Im seeing a Webber-Alonso collision in turn 1 trying desperately to make a move on Vettel.

richard

October 23, 2010 7:53 AM

superb lap by vettel. something like 3 tenths down on alonso in the first sector, and then blitzes him on the rest of the lap. and it is obvious to the sceptics, that red bull is giving equal equipment to their two drivers. but knowing that webber is slow off the line, ferdi may jump him. they just need to keep their eyes open for lulu trying to capitalise.

Johnny86 - Unregistered

October 23, 2010 8:05 AM

Suddenly Ferrari esp Fernando seemed really fast through the 1st sector. Wouldnt surprise me if they changed the car to a lower downforce one. That means the red bulls would be vunerable. But they look mega quick through sec 3...the start will be very interesting.

cmc1 - Unregistered

October 23, 2010 8:17 AM

A 0.074 difference in qualifying between them. If it is Vettel-Webber 1-2 after the pit stops or the reverse, then regardless of any RBR Protocol they should take it to each other. Both cars being equal, it's time to determine who the no.1 driver at RBR. Because leisurely following each other around the track proves she-it in terms of racing. And I for one want to see them determine who's who on the track to the checker flag because fastest laps titles don't even come close to standing atop the podium in 1st place. I know what I would be doing if I were in Webber's position as you only have three more race to determine the sum merits of your entire racing career.

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