F1 » Vettel victory takes F1 title battle down to the wire


After finally clinching the constructors' world championship in Brazil, Red Bull Racing have ensured the battle for drivers' glory in F1 2010 will go all the way to Abu Dhabi as Sebastian Vettel leads home Mark Webber at Interlagos

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Chris - Unregistered

November 07, 2010 6:49 PM

Mathematically, it'll go down to the wire, but I would expect another RBR 1-2 with Alonso clinching the Driver's Championship with a third place finish. Either that or some new misfortune befalls RBR to make it even easier for Alonso.

andrew.

November 07, 2010 6:50 PM

Rooting for Vettel to win. Hamilton is too far behind and needs too much luck to win. Hopefully Webber and Alfonso will take each other out, thus handing Vettel a richly deserved title.

Cue haters and anonymous disagrees.....

harvey - Unregistered

November 07, 2010 7:09 PM

I'm a huge Webber fan and realise how useful it would have been to implement team orders and let him win. However whatever problems he had with his engine (and i am not thinking conspiracy, the telemetry doesn't lie, which he will undoubtely examine closely, meant that he couldn't get close enough to Vettel to make that an option. His comments leading up to this GP in hindsight make more sense - he was telling the team he will not be quiet if any mysterious gremlins or poor pit stops occur to engineer a Vettel victory. Those engine issues (probably just fuel consumption) ex fcluded RBR applying team orders, after all, Webber was only less than about 3 seconds ahead of Alonso for the last 7-8 laps.

Butterfly - Unregistered

November 07, 2010 7:16 PM

Well done to Ferrari's boss for purging the scuderia of those nasty British engineers. Hey, at least he's got lots of Italians...

It would be a tragedy for me if Alonso were to lose the title next week. Red Bull rightly deserve the constructors' crown, but none of their drivers can match Alonso on skill.

Fingers crossed.

andrew.

November 07, 2010 7:23 PM

richard - II know but have been on this site long enough to know how it works.

Certain opinions are just simply not allowed as per section D, paragraph 5, sub-paragraph 8.2.3, line 54 of the Crash.net forum rules.

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