F1 » Alonso proves he's got Seoul with Korean F1 triumph


Victory for Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and a double DNF for Red Bull Racing - Mark Webber with an accident, Sebastian Vettel with engine failure - has blown the F1 2010 title battle wide open in Korea

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Mojo Jojo

October 24, 2010 10:36 AM

What a time for Red Bull to give it all away.

And what a time for Ferrari to be there to take advantage. The red team are peaking at just the right time in the championship.

It's going to be tight, folks...

omgwtfbbq - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 10:42 AM

Karma, people, its karma :D.
Webber tried to cancel the race with his comments before restart and Vettel tried to finish it earlier over the radio complaining about lightning.

FreeJack - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 10:43 AM

It was a dangerous race. Ecclestone stubbornly pushing this event through was probably the difference maker in the championships. Still, everyone had to run in the same conditions and Alonso showed a lot of poise to just drive smart and not take unnecessary chances. I'm a big Webber fan, but his mistake today was really disappointing and not what I'd have expected from him. Judging from his comments on the team radio during the safety car, I think his focus just wasn't there...he didn't really want to race. Meanwhile, Hamilton was chomping at the bit, and you see the result.

Round the traps - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 10:47 AM

I've been watching F1 since before Niki Lauda got burned. If you want to know who the team is who has shot themselves in the foot so often and not won despite having the best car, it is RBR. They really do need to count how many points the needless accidents, mechanical failures and strategy errors have cost them this year. The season should have been finished three races ago at least. I'd hate to hear what Adrian Newey REALLY says in the race debriefs...

Nigel K

October 24, 2010 11:08 AM

Fernando pre-Silverstone was trailing 41 points behind the leading driver. Now he is leading the WDC by 11 points with two races to go and 50 points to be taken and won.

Drivers have now run out of new engines so the playing field is that much more level now.

Button and Vettel are out of it and so as predicted it can be a three horse ABU DHABI grand finish but with Fernando, Webber and Lewis in the lead.

Fernando showed, in the worst prevailing conditions in 2010, that he is the master, and deserves his 3rd WDC.Weldone Fernando.

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