F1 » Vettel wins Australian GP


Sebastian Vettel confirms Red Bull pace by taking comfortable win in Melbourne.

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Time to impose an age limit on the superlicence methinks.
The crusties were an embarrassment to F1 this weekend and were nothing but a waste of beautiful machinery and expensive fuel.
Good displays by the rookies though.Well done all concerned.
I rest my case.

DontTalkShite

March 27, 2011 11:34 AM

BTW Andrew, I promised this......

I like the new Schumi, he is more relaxed and at ease with himself, however, I don't think he'll challenge for a WDC again.
Posted by DontTalkShite (2 days ago)

Schuey fans, and Andrew, prepare to be disappointed. When he doesn't win WDC this year, I'm going to copy my post and resend to you guys!
Posted by DontTalkShite (2 days ago)

Googolplex - Unregistered

March 27, 2011 11:40 AM

Perez, albeit a lap down, was the only one to push Vettel really hard today (when he was on his tail lap after lap). He drove the wheels off that Sauber. I think he may be the next excitement machine in F1.

Petrov has grown a leg. As someone above said, it seemed like Robert Kubica was in that car.

As a Webber fan, I am scratching my head. What was stopping immediately after the finish line all about. I hope it was a mechanical reason and not a dummy spit.

Ben M - Unregistered

March 27, 2011 11:45 AM

Not surprised to see Ferrari taking the team orders thing to the limit by letting Alonso pass Massa knowong Button would have to let them both by - expecting to see a lot of teamplay this year. Button seemed to be having a good go at trying to hold Vettel up so Hamilton could close the gap but it didn't last more than a few corners.

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