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Lewis Hamilton wins the Italian Grand Prix, 4.3 seconds up on Sergio Perez; Fernando Alonso completes the podium

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Calvin _

September 09, 2012 3:35 PM

Walrus, if today's race had been a little shorter, they'd have had two on the podium. I believe this move by Ferrari is because they have problems with longer distances, rather than for any show improvement reasons.

DontTalkNonsense

September 09, 2012 4:31 PM
Last Edited 688 days ago

I'm spewing, absolutely spewing. 1st race in years I've missed watching. Bloody work. Driving home, I had the laptop out and with 10 laps to go Vet was 5th and Webber 6th. Can anyone enlighten me as to what happen. My net was dropping out and I've got no idea. What happened to the Red's.
Thankyou Optus.

JoaoSousa

September 09, 2012 4:57 PM

@DontTalkNonsense

Vettel retired to save the engine (speculation was that either the alternator or the hydraulic valves were at the death) and Webber boxed the car after spinning on the exit of the Variante Ascari, which gave him massive flatspots on the fronts.

MeymacTony - Unregistered

September 09, 2012 5:05 PM

So it was OK for Alonso to put Vettel on the grass last year but not to be on the receiving end this year? Alonso is a talented driver but , shall we say, is well suited to Ferrari! Yuk sticks to yuk

richard

September 09, 2012 5:18 PM

arcuid. sebs was due to a faulty alternator. other renaults did not have the problem.
webbers was a self induced error.

so what service providers need to be replaced? renault and pirelli?

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