F1 » Vettel victorious as title rivals tyre out


Sebastian Vettel led from the front to win both the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and the 2010 F1 world championship as rivals Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber came up short.

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steve - Unregistered

November 14, 2010 4:27 PM

Congratulations to Vettel, well drove all year,Webber lost the title himself, he had no DNF's due to mechanical failures and crashed into a slower car, and spun off on a wet track!!!! Vettel never lost faith even with numerous failures mechanically, and media in this country at least on red bulls back to support webber!!! Good Drivers win titles!!!

Diesel

November 14, 2010 4:28 PM

Glad to see Vettel won the championship. It shouldn't have even been close considering Vettel had DNF's due to car malfunction. Congratulations Vettel you earned everything your going to get with this championship.

shawn de sheeep - Unregistered

November 14, 2010 4:31 PM

i had to redo my post because these silly
adverts block most of it.
nobody pulls the wool over shawn's eyes
folks!
webber pissed on his chips by openly
criticizing his team after the
british gp. He was bang on, but his
employers didnt think so.It was all
down hill from there.Red bull left
it till well after the race restart
to pit webber and knew alonso would
follow Ferrari used to win titles by
out witting rivals, but me and the
rest of the flock down on the farm
could have done a better strategy,
and we couldent pass the 11+ between
us ! vettel won the race fair and
square,but now its anyones guess
wether webber will be welcome at
red bull as he has distanced himself
from the team. Alonso didnt win by
cheating so thats good, but poor
webber must wonder where it all went
wrong!He didnt understand the
political game and was too outspoken
baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
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vincent F - Unregistered

November 14, 2010 4:36 PM

The best one won.

And the fans got the worst track for the last round, a track where no one can overtake. The same race on a decent f1 circuit would have been at the level of what we were expecting: something thrilling.

The race was dull, very much like the non sparkling fake champagne on the podium...

Imagine a season without Shakir, Yas, Budapest and Catalunya to name a few...

Diesel

November 14, 2010 4:40 PM
Last Edited 1502 days ago

Neither Alonzo nor Webber deserved that championship. Webber caused more mayhem on the track this year than a monkey would have done behind the wheel. Vettel on the other hand was a class act all year being clearly the best driver between the two.

scampsuzi

November 14, 2010 4:41 PM

Jenson Button passing Alonso at the start started Alonso's bad day which was completed by Ferrari's bad call on tyres and Petrov bottling him up nicely. I do not like Vettel anymore than I used to like Hamilton but sheer talent carried them both to World championships and you cannot argue with that. McLaren should have changed Buttons tyres far sooner which I feel may well have cost him 2nd place. He seemed to be right on it today, made a pleasant change!Wouldn't it be nice if the circuit designer had enough sense to design a track on which passing was at least a possibility!

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