F1 » Vettel's Park and easy ride

Sebastian Vettel completed his comeback from Friday's practice shunt by claiming win number three of the F1 season in Turkey.

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The Good Lord - Unregistered

May 08, 2011 6:20 PM

It's always unfortunate when drivers are compared simply because they speak the same lingo!

Vettel is Vettel ...and Schumacher is well past his Sell-By-Date. Indeed Schumacher provided us yet AGAIN with an embarrassment of riches! Sorry, that should read... riches of embarrassment!

The former 7 x WDC needs to call it a day (soon) before his reputation - sullied as it already is - sinks to uncountable depths and thus an all-time low.


Fastlane66 - Unregistered

May 08, 2011 6:20 PM

Kamui Kobayashi is real Samurai. He is real fighter. He drove car superbly today and he should finish higher if his tire was not puncture before second stints.
Well done Kobayashi-san.

Duke - Unregistered

May 08, 2011 6:42 PM

Vettel in this car is having a ball,so is Webber,but the races are becoming really,really boring to watch and listen to,like watching paint dry twice over.
The BBC are very biased and frequently wrong in their assertions,such as when Massa passed Schumi,Brundle commented to the effect of "look how easy he (Massa) did that" and then to see Schumi in front again,he blurted out,Oh dear I spoke to soon as Schumi has re passed Massa.The BBC are anything and everything for Red Bull and Mclaren only.

The more exciting battles were at the centre and back,eg Kobayashi was excellent but we saw little of his moves.
Schumacher isn't the only one to have lost the joy in F1,sad but true.This isn't sour grapes either,I wish I could forget the excitment of the old races,Senna,Schumi,Prost etc.The FIA alter the rules regularly,but it doesn't spice anything up,the real racing in F1 is finished.
The number of fans in the EMPTY STADIUM said it all.

Yes,I am a stalwart MSC fan,he can drive all the time

Duke - Unregistered

May 08, 2011 6:47 PM

Add to above as it cut me off*
he can drive all the time at the centre or back as just watching the legend is a treat in itself,but I guess he has just lost the love of racing,but he will not be the only one signing off.

Firestorm - Unregistered

May 08, 2011 8:12 PM

If Red Bull countinues to use this strategy in qualifying(to preserve one set of fresh soft tyres for the race) than they will be unbeateble.The only hope is that the others make the same strategy.I want to see Alonso in P3 after qualifying next race behind the Bulls with the same tyre strategy.It would be exiting to see Vettel fightinf for victory with a real driver(Alonso),but with Ferrari being of pace in qualifying that will be impossible.But if happens this would be the turnaround of this boring season.Boring because one driver is winning too much and now has open a very big led at will be difficult for any other driver to recover.

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