F1 » What Vettel needs to do to clinch crown in Singapore

Here is a guide to the various ways in which runaway F1 2011 World Championship leader Sebastian Vettel can clinch the crown in Singapore this weekend - and what his adversaries need to do to stop him

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Nuevo - Unregistered

September 22, 2011 8:21 PM

Im not a RB fan at all, but I think Seb is really a good driver..sometimes when someone starts winning a lot, he's open to ridicule..although the RB has something, its really a lot faster than anything else..I think it does nothing to take away from Vettels driving..And again, the more they change the rules, the more boring the racing is..Get rid of testing rules, having to use 2 compounds of tires when teams should decide, drs, whats that, another gimmick? Even bring back refueling, at least we had different strategies..bring back the real F1.

Fred - Unregistered

September 22, 2011 10:42 PM

Looking at the scenarios, it's highly likely he could do it this weekend. Although Alonso has proven to be strong, the hard tyre drop off is going to punish them much more around this longer race, so I don't think he'll get on the podium.
Button has been inconsistent, and although it's more likely he will get a second, I dont think that will happen either.

bozgp - Unregistered

September 23, 2011 6:29 AM

Vettel 1 Hamilton 2 Webber/Button 3. Very possible outcome. What is at stake the rest of the season if this happens? Not that ive been on the edge of my seat lately

cassyo - Unregistered

September 23, 2011 10:09 AM

I am a Vettel fan (and before: Massa's, Kimi's, Michael's and Alain's one).Letting alone Seb has enough motivation to win Singapore, however I'd prefer someone else to win the race. In such a case, I'll have an eye on Webber or Button rather than the primadonnas !

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