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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Duke - Unregistered

April 11, 2011 10:20 PM

NB.Forgot to say Schumacher holds the record for the fastest lap in Shanghai - he did it in 2004.

He has more wins than all the rest put together,amazing when you think what that man has done.
Come on Ross work a miracle for him and Rosberg for the next Shanghai.

new f1fan - Unregistered

April 11, 2011 10:35 PM

Duke,yes it is amazing when you think about all what this great driver has done in the past,and we are so so lucky that we can still see him racing after all of these years.Unfortunatly i never got to see the first 12 years of his F1 career,but boy i have still seen a good few years of him racing,and long may it continue!

Duke - Unregistered

April 11, 2011 10:47 PM

Newf1fan, I can remember all his races.I can see him now face to face with Senna,but even though he was young,he wouldn't back down.
He was electric to watch,dominated the field far more than any other driver since.He never seemed to be off form.
However when he switched to ferrari everyone went balistic,as Ferrari were a laugh then,never winning hardly anything.MSC took his mechanics with him from bennetton but even though he was a midfield player for it seemed ages,gradually Ferrari started to awake,just like a sleeping Giant.Then "WOW",it all happened,and the rest is history.
This man never gives up,he has been an inspiration to so many through the years,and not just racing drivers.

Mercedes will be the new Ferrari one day,and I hope that the greatest driver ever will still be driving for them.

Barry Hickson - Unregistered

April 12, 2011 7:03 AM

Whilst both Jenson & Nick Heidfield are deserving of praise for very spirited drives I think Mark Webber deserves the "nod" for Drive of the Day.
To fight back from 9th & 10th to 4th whilst making one extra Pit stop & NO KERS plus making the Fastest Lap that was an extraordinary effort!

Michael Kuhl

April 12, 2011 7:04 PM

He may not have threatened S. Vettel for the lead or,
but Nick Heidfeld has proved his metal by making an
outstanding start, advancing from sixth to second
early, managing his position well, and holding off
Mazza's Ferrari for a wonderful third in Malaysia.
Yes, there were others who made charges through
the field. However, by applying pressure when
needed and withstanding pressure late, Quick Nick
proved to be a force to be reckoned with.
A real star.

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