F1 » Hamilton wins, Webber stars at sparkling Shanghai


He had been criticised pre-race for having failed to manage his tyres well in Malaysia last weekend. In China seven days on, Lewis Hamilton was the Pirelli maestro - but it was Mark Webber who stole the show in Shanghai...

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Come back, Kimi - Unregistered

April 17, 2011 11:22 AM

I don't care what they do to the technology, but if it produces races like this, am all for it.

Webber - man of the race. Almost a Kimi-at-Suzuka-in-2005-esque performance. Good to see you back, mate.

domo - Unregistered

April 17, 2011 11:31 AM

webber webber webber oi oi oi
well done shanghai for putting on a great race, it had it all except the rain..
hats off to you webber great come back...

Hell-a-Luyeah - Unregistered

April 17, 2011 11:50 AM

If KERS, DRS and Pirelli tires can guarantee us a spectacle of this nature every race weekend, then I am all for it. Sadly though, this may turn out to have been a flattery only for us later to be deceived. With the tight, twisty and narrow tracks that the rest of the calendar will now serve up, KERS and DRS are essentially of no use. I also doubt that, on those tracks, it will be possible to make much of a strategy from the tires. We are set to go back to being treated to processional races decided the day before by qualifying. What a shame. Bernie suggests sprinklers. Why not make drivers pick starting positions from a hat and throw in some machine gun fire at every chicane for any car dawdling around below a certain pace?

fiery - Unregistered

April 17, 2011 12:02 PM

Disgusting sportsmanship from Ham, drove a good race but completely ignored Vettel as though he werent there, all happy when he wins but soon as he loses its back to sooking. Fantastic dive from Webber though, certaintly the star of the race.

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