F1 » HAVE YOUR SAY: Who was your star of Sepang?


The 2011 Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang barely paused for breath from lights-out to chequered flag, and a number of drivers really stood out - but who was your star of the race..?

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50 Cent - Unregistered

April 10, 2011 10:30 PM

Driver of the race was Vettel and Jenny. Vettel was so comprehensive in his victory on partially working KERS and DRS. Prompts to Ferdi for his DRS wasn't working either but he managed to be very fast. Just an observation - McLaren had everything working and it's kind of scary because once the RB and Ferrari get their stuff working properly McLaren will slipped into third. And bring back Kubica so he can put that baby on pole and regular podium positions...

decko - Unregistered

April 10, 2011 11:30 PM

I change my mind, The FIA Stewards, were fantastic, so after round 2 the score is scrutineers 2 (both Saubers) Stewards 3 (Button, Alonso and Hamilton). It should really be 5 as they missed Vettel and Buemi in Aus.

Daisuke K - Unregistered

April 11, 2011 12:49 AM

My star of the race was Kamui Kobayashi. He fought well against Webber at the beginning and kept on overtaking Schumacher to claim the best possible result for a Sauber car. Good tire management made 2-stop strategy possible.

Josef Muller - Unregistered

April 11, 2011 1:25 AM

Wow How can you say Hamster Hamilton was good at all he let Heidfeld right by and once again showed he is very bad at defending and making his tyres last. He was absolute rubbish on the hard tyres and was lucky to even finish in top ten. Did you even watch the race or were you too busy blowing Hamilton? Jenson deserves all the credit given to him and more he made his. Tyres last and was fast enough to challenge Vettel if he had a few more laps. Calm smooth and fast is how its done both Vettel and Button have used this tactic.

jma - Unregistered

April 11, 2011 3:11 AM

My vote would be for Mark Webber, and that ain't cos I'm Aussie. Too often we have seen Mark drive through an afternoon without the enthusiasm and vigor he displayed yesterday. He swallowed his disadvantages, no KERS and losing 6-7 places just off the start, to work his way back into a higher points paying position. The battle with Massa, whom has been an extremely difficult person to pass of late, was great viewing. Kudos to the team for finally getting him on a better strategy which allowed him to drive as fast as he did, and the slick pitstops.

The podium placers deserve the accolades for what they achieved, Mark though was the standout for me.

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