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Sebastian Vettel unconcerned by lost track time after crash in practice for the Turkish Grand Prix

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Rob01 - Unregistered

May 06, 2011 5:35 PM

They won't give Mark's car to vetvet but he will have access to ALL of the information that Mark gathered. The only info coming from Vettels side will be impact and gforce data collected for the insurance company.

Riley - Unregistered

May 06, 2011 5:50 PM

Oh here we go again Webber bleaters out already! Poor Mark hasnt even raced yet and tools are already looking for excuses if he dont perform. Oh how he must wish he had fans that appreciated his good performances rather than constantly moaning about his non perfomances as always being Vettels fault.

devilsadvocate - Unregistered

May 06, 2011 6:03 PM

Riley- i he wanted fans to respect his good performances he should have thought about that before he started his whole media "pity party" last year.

As to the other whiners about Webber's data going to Vettel, that's par for the course in any team where one driver misses time or goes in the wring direction, including I'm pretty sure Webber borrowing info from Vettel from time and again. Trolls are really grasping at straws again... Vettel be at the front tomorrow, no real doubt there, get used to it


May 06, 2011 6:12 PM

da. unfortunately there are those who delight in anyone having a problem with their car, particularly if its a non-brit. i cant see vettel being inconvenienced very much. many drivers have binned their cars in practice, and have bounced back the next day. these are professionals.

Rob01 - Unregistered

May 06, 2011 6:19 PM

He needed to test the new KERS and a few other things but as you say he will bounce back and be fine. Outside of exposing the front of the car for the other teams to look at it's a minor incident. But had Lewis or FA done the same the results on these boards would have been the same. So Vettel will just have to take the knocks he receives for wrecking the car.

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