F1 » POLL: Is 2011 F1 title race really over?

Is Sebastian Vettel already out of reach of his rivals with more than half the 2011 F1 campaign to run?

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USF1_Fan - Unregistered

June 27, 2011 5:33 PM

No, its not.
But it isn't far from it either.

Last year Vettel was figured for second or third by most and it was unlikely that he would get the WDC at the end.
In the beginning of the season he was the favorite but by the end Alonso was the favorite to take top honors.

Admittedly it will take some massive screwups by RBR and Vettel as well as some good fortune for either McLaren or Ferrari but with the upcoming exhaust/mapping changes it is very possible that Silverstone could see a MAJOR change in the performance of cars.

I for one am unwilling to call it yet.
But I admit its close....

Yamahar1 - Unregistered

June 27, 2011 5:47 PM

You all make me laugh if it was Lewis "MOANER" Hamilton or Jenson "INCONSISTANT" Button running away with it then you wouldn't be moaning just shut up and enjoy the beginning of a F 1 genius as this guy is going to smash the record books and make schumachers records look ametaurish.


June 27, 2011 7:07 PM

There is still a lot of racing to be had. To say that the title is over at this early stage is daft.

The way the FIA are quickly changing the rules, I dare say there will be a ban on the Red Bull cars being allowed to have wheels!

Rob01 - Unregistered

June 27, 2011 7:16 PM

The bull was already faster than the others without the engine mapping. Nothing is going to change outside of how many seconds Vettel will win by. Your last comment is correct though. Those wheels could be drivers aids for Vettel Red Bull. They/FIA better look into it.

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