F1 » Vettel: Good there wasn’t a 58th lap

Sebastian Vettel has admitted that he was glad that Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix ended when it did, for he was in trouble....

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April 25, 2012 4:51 PM

Re the cars that were stopped (not returned to the proper place) after the race, unless anyone had mechanical problems the cause was the amount of fuel left, remember that the FIA will have to extract a one litre sample from each car.
This race had the highest tyre degradation so far, the MP4-27 ate it's tyres at a very rapid rate.

jay - Unregistered

April 25, 2012 9:08 PM

I have been told that at this weekend vln race nurburgring vettel is to drive a McLaren gt car i don't no if he is to drive in 24h race maybe its only a test

All hotels are booked out don't no if anyone else can shed some light on it, but i will find out on sat

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