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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Controversy - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 4:33 PM
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Good result for Seb.. deserves teh title this year no doubt, Button just brilliant again, Fillipe.. grow up you big kid, Lulu.. just keep making the race exciting

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The Good Lord - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 4:41 PM

@ Dean

Who wrote: "Well done Vettel. Unlucky Button you almost caught him."

Yeah.. if only Vettel had suffered another 30 second loss due to another Safety Car ...Button would have taken SV for sure! LMAO!

Do some people actually even watch the race and/or understand what unfolds before their eyes!

Button had about as much chance of catching Vettel, as I have of not seeing Schumacher with a fake lopsided grin at the end of each race explaining his lastest embarrassing near-fatality causing efforts on tarmac!!

tGL

mrmotorsport

September 25, 2011 4:58 PM

Brutal performance from Sebastian Vettel, he really is something special.

Fantastic Jenson and Paul. Especially Paul, he moved up a gear today. Unlucky Schumacher, Perez seemed wound up after the Rosberg incident.

Fernando got everything from the car, simple as that really.

What happened to Renault?! Horror show.

Lewis needs to get his act together, there are drivers capable of that Mclaren drive!

ron'sgoldenboy - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 5:05 PM

Vettel and the RB7 far to good for the rest, its a shame that although this young driver is efficient,mature,level headed and is truly a brilliant driver, but not for that Red Bull car would he look as good if Alonso,Button or a Roseberg was partnering him, the doubt will remain until the Austrians acquire a driver of a better standard than the the Aussie who is just nice guy. I thought MB was spot on when he said to Horner why does not Webber finish 2nd when Vettel wins, also Whitmarsh commented that Mclaren was racing Red Bull driven by Vettel, the fact is that it is good for Red Bull to have Webber partnering Vettel as he offers minimum resistance to Vettel which is making Vettel look better than he maybe is which is what the Red Bull owners want.

ron'sgoldenboy - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 5:07 PM

Vettel and the RB7 far to good for the rest, its a shame that although this young driver is efficient,mature,level headed and is truly a brilliant driver, but not for that Red Bull car would he look as good if Alonso,Button or a Roseberg was partnering him, the doubt will remain until the Austrians acquire a driver of a better standard than the the Aussie who is just nice guy. I thought MB was spot on when he said to Horner why does not Webber finish 2nd when Vettel wins, also Whitmarsh commented that Mclaren was racing Red Bull driven by Vettel, the fact is that it is good for Red Bull to have Webber partnering Vettel as he offers minimum resistance to Vettel which is making Vettel look better than he maybe is which is what the Red Bull owners want.

cassyo

September 25, 2011 5:09 PM

On point shy, yes. However, might Seb quit the racing world tonight for whatever reason, yet Button should win all the remaining races. In the real world very unlikely and I have nothing against him.

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