F1 » Vettel one point shy after Singapore success


Sebastian Vettel needs to score just one point in Japan to put the destiny of the F1 2011 drivers' crown beyond doubt following victory in Singapore - although Jenson Button made him work for it...

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Rob01 - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 3:45 PM

With the championship locked up could Vettel please help his team mate get off the starting line. It's a complete disadvantage to start behind Webber. Come on Seb give him a tip or two on how the car launches off the starting line.

MattF1

September 25, 2011 3:52 PM

Well do... Yawn... Well done Seb. Too good yet again.

So, Lulu hits someone and ruins their race yet again... Why are we not surprised? Lulu was just lucky that Perez brake-tested Schumi, which lead to that Safety Car...

The Crash Kid strikes again!

decko - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 3:55 PM

I have watched the race on Spanish TV, so i am confused why didn't Rosberg get a drive through for overtaking on turn two off circuit.

Its been a case since Vettel overtook Button at melbourne off circuit.

why didn't webber get a drive through for moving twice off the start.

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