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Nico Rosberg takes his debut F1 victory in China after a sensational drive in his Mercedes; Jenson Button secures the runners-up spot, 20.6 seconds adrift; Lewis Hamilton completes the podium, again...

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April 15, 2012 10:58 AM
Last Edited 234 days ago

What is this? Lewis Prost Hamilton leading the championship. Alain Prost would be proud to see Lewis playing the podium game. Jenson does look hot though. And is there a new player in town in Nico and the Mercs? Brilliant race, see Vetell slating his car over the radio lets see if the Vettel fanboys will give him the same stick as they did a certain driver last year.

Ian - Unregistered

April 15, 2012 11:04 AM
Last Edited 1479 days ago

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Chop Chop - Unregistered

April 15, 2012 11:04 AM

Obviously Ferrari was slower than Mercedes.
Sorry for Kobayashi, his car can't compete with Mercedes, McLaren and Renault cars at start. The weather didn't help Sauber and Ferrari this time.
The tire's marbles are awful and all over the track.
Short DRS zone mean nothing DRS can help driver to over taken.
Congratulation to Nico Rosberge. Sorry for Button at pit stop drama and he should have win the race.
Good race overall without single accident.

Jenny - Unregistered

April 15, 2012 11:12 AM


Both Macca drivers drove well both 2 different types of driving Jenson's weakness was Lewis's and Webber's strength. Lewis and Webber coped well when released into a traffic but Button suffered when had to battle from the back. but great race Vettel: well brave attempt but like Kimi theirs a thin line between smart and stupid.

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