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


In an extraordinary Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai, we reckon seven competitors stood out to be considered for the 'Driver of the Day' accolade. Here are our suggestions - see if you agree...

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wirdz - Unregistered

April 17, 2011 9:55 PM

Webber brilliant drive but on new rubber most the race,hamilton purely for overtaking moves schumacher good quality drive from 14th to be less than half a second behind alonso basically all drivers cause it was a top race button maybe he wants a rec bull seat next year just trying the pit box out lol

Duke - Unregistered

April 17, 2011 10:16 PM

Michael Schumacher was excellent,here we have a man of 42 battling with youngsters half his age..He kept Alonso out of the way for 10 laps,then Alonso had a technical glitch just at the right time to pass Schumi! Very strange.
In saying that,Schumacher and Alonso,have 9 World Championships under their belts.Take note youngsters.

new f1fan - Unregistered

April 17, 2011 10:30 PM

Duke,if only that race had been 1 lap longer then Schumi would of had Alonso there at the end,what a shame we could not see Schumi overtake his old foe once again.

bum - Unregistered

April 17, 2011 11:04 PM

Probably THE race of this generation of drivers I reckon. Extremely hard to pick between webber and Hamilton but I'd go for Hamilton on balance I think. Incredible driving and gave the whole thing a brilliantly emotional edge.

One thing that niggles a bit in mind though is about the tyres. I know webber was joking in the presser but I wonder if any of the front runners (or maybe more likely one of the stronger teams of the midfield) would have the balls to get into q2 but just do the best time they can on primes and then have a massive tyre advantage later in the race on low fuel. Would lead to a bit of a farce.

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