F1 » Vettel on pole for F1 2011 Monaco GP

Sebastian Vettel claims his fifth pole position of the year and his first in Monaco, but his achievement is overshadowed after Sergio Perez crashes heavily.

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May 28, 2011 5:23 PM

Qualy ruined by Alonso and Hamilton not getting a proper run in earlier. Ptolomy, you did watch it I presume? Hamilton was the only one to challenge Vettel but the strategy and red flag prevented that.


May 29, 2011 8:46 AM

Arcuid, of course you have a right to express your point but once you exercise that right “express yourself on a forum others have a right to answer/counter your expressed argument, please always keep that in mind while you are on a forum.
Now if you will allow me, you were right in saying that nobody anticipated Perez's shunt and that includes mclaren “the team” the result was that after lulu done that mistake in braking and cut the chicane and was penalized he went to the press room and proceeded to criticise his team/engineers about the strategy.
The kid is good in a car but a tool in front of the press and the more he opens his mouth the worse it gets, it is fast getting to a point when his helmet is not going to fit his head!

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