F1 » Radio problems thwart Vettel's race

Sebastian Vettel found out just how crucial real time communications between driver and pit wall are in F1, when his failed midway through the Malaysian GP.

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Billie bob Austine - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 7:11 PM

Fact is without neweys blown diffuser Vet is just another mid fielder. Boo hoo cry baby blaming it on KAR. Clearly VET was to blame but KAR gets the short stick due to the team hes in.Vet grow a pair and stop whining. Playing psychological games with Ham. Hes still on podium. Ha.


March 25, 2012 7:41 PM

billie. nk v vettel...why do you think that nk got a penalty?? but i presume that you know more than the stewards, particularly when nk admits it was his fault!

and if vettel is a midfielder, then so are lulu, button, rodberg, schumi webber etc etc

might i hazard a guess that you are a lulu fanboy?

Calvin _

March 25, 2012 7:57 PM

Angelina, pot...kettle...black.

When you can look at things more objectively, then maybe. Even after JB admited it was his fault, you still put all the blame on NK. Now that is what I call fanboy/girl behaviour.

Angelina - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 8:22 PM

With JB, JB was on d same lap n he was behind so it was his mistake.
With Vettel, Vettel was lapping NK so NK shud leave d track 4 Vettel as he did but he shud return after Vettel has passed. It waasn't a racing incident. Seb Vettel was lapping NK.
On d other tread i have quoted Villenue NK incident when Villenue was lapping NK.

Ptolomy - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 8:26 PM

We've seen this before (in 2010.) Bad luck early in the season tends to focus Sebastian and strengthen his resolve. This, along with the engineers straightening out the car will make it real difficult for the competition.

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