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Sebastian Vettel wins the Spanish GP from Lewis Hamilton by just 0.6 secs; Jenson Button completes the podium ahead of pole sitter, Mark Webber and local hero, Fernando Alonso...

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arcuid

May 22, 2011 4:09 PM

I was listening to the Green Room conversation between Vettel and Hamilton. Sounds they enjoyed their on track duel! Looking at it for now it seems Hamilton may be the only one who can beat Vettel. A pity the McLaren still doesn't have the car to beat the Bulls. Great battle you two. :)

richard

May 22, 2011 4:23 PM

olliphant. the yellow flags are there for a purpose. fot the safety of astricken driver and course officials. drivers are required to slow down, a little in case there is a serious obstruction. from the stewards enquiry, it seems that seb may have respected the rule, but at least lulu, button and mark,put in fast times past the incident. hence the inquiry, which will look at the black boxes. yes, sometimes it may appear ridiculous, especially when a car is well off track, but the rule is there for protection!

50 Cent - Unregistered

May 22, 2011 5:48 PM

"A pity the McLaren still doesn't have the car to beat the Bulls" I'm not sure how you can say that. Based on the race pace McLaren was faster especially on the hard tyre compound. To top it off, Sabina did not enjoy KERS which gives you 4 10ths of a second advantage per lap in Spain. In the end it came down to great defensive driving as McLaren was clearly faster.

Rob01 - Unregistered

May 22, 2011 5:58 PM

Vettel has KERS. Just more bull coming from Red Bunk. He used it many times during the race. It's not as good as MCL KERS but none the less the Bulls have one and use it.

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