F1 » Hamilton happy as Vettel blows out in Abu Dhabi


Lewis Hamilton took a much-needed victory in the third Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after world champion Sebastian Vettel posted a rare DNF.

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blzbub

November 14, 2011 1:59 PM

good controlled performance from the winner, a performance that many believe he is capable of, he has put in numerous similar performances in his career.
He tends to follow them up by getting carried away with his own hype and gets upset if the win doesnt materialise in the next race.
Jenson Button has a relatively bad day at the office and finishes on the podium, Lewis Hamilton bad days have too often involved stewards, crashes and penalties. Lets see the reaction in Brazil!

helau2006 - Unregistered

November 14, 2011 3:05 PM

"Good track, boring race and I believe Seb scored his very first Grand Chelem."
Posted by Matt

"BORING BORING BORING F1"
Posted by tel

"Boring again, F1 needs to sort itself out , that's 2hours of my life I will never get back"
Posted by Bigphilps

"Congratulations to Vettel for making F1 SOOOOO BOOORING!!!!"
Posted by racingbeat

"Yeah, boring. Absolutely boring, I hope with that car, he would let evryone pass him and wait them for a seconds to pass them.
Cmoon guys, there nothing special with his victory, he won it on the best car on the grid...."
Posted by numiii
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Where are all the 'experts' of this board who were bored about a F1 race in India. Is it because Hamilton won this one? From my point of view the Abu Dhabi GP was quite entertaining just as the one in India.

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