F1 » Brawn: Fitting if title is won in Japan

Ross Brawn says it will be fitting if the F1 title is won in Japan

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October 02, 2011 9:37 AM

Well said Brawn- It would be a great event and celebration if the title was clinched here after what has occurred in Japan. Look forward to a great race!

Suzuka alongside Spa is one of my favourite race tracks


October 02, 2011 10:49 AM

Suzuka in a gem of a circuit, and is 310km south of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant, so in unaffected by the devastating earthquake and concerns over nuclear fallout, health problems.

I admire these people, if this disaster had happened in any other developed country we would not have seen the universal show of dignity and lack of any lawlessness that we saw. This race has got to be particularly special for Kamui Kobayashi, a good result for him would be great for his fellow Japanese as they continue to get back to normality.

In July, Bernie said he will buy 3,000 tickets for the race to give away to fans. I would like to know if anyone has recieved their ticket?

dcts46 - Unregistered

October 02, 2011 7:01 PM

The title will almost certainly be decided in Japan . If I were Vettel I would want to win the race so that I could really celebrate with my team and fans on the top step . I wouldnt want to DNF and then walk back to the pits to be told you were world champ - that would suck . So good luck Seb .

Tealeaf - Unregistered

October 02, 2011 9:37 PM
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Seb will take his 2nd well deserved title in Japan, if my memory serves me right he's unbeaten at Suzuka so far in his career, hell he'd even have won 2007 at Fuji if Sham didn't break test Webber, well what goes around comes around, all Sham's dirty tricks are catching up with him now and am looking forward to seeing Massa, Webber, Alonso, Button, Barrichello, Malonado, Schumi, Kobayashi, Di Resta getting this him back soon.

EDIT by CRASH.NET! Inapropriate comment amended.

JAAAAAG - Unregistered

October 03, 2011 7:32 AM

"Mixed season for Koba"

..Kamui's 5th in Monaco in a Sauber
..Running in 2nd in the heavy rain in Canada
..Vast majority of WDC points for Sauber

It's Mixed if you imply KK is an aero designer/suspension designer for the team. He's a driver not a miracle worker.

Kiko - Unregistered

October 03, 2011 9:22 AM

Hamilton didn't brake test Webber at Fuji in 2007.

Nobody knows what he was doing, but he slowed on the opposite side of the track to Webber. Hamilton was in the wrong yes, but it wasn't a brake test.

Brake testing is very different.

If you want brake testing, check-
Alonso on Coulthard Nurburgring 2003
Alonso on Doornbos Hungary practice 2006

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