F1 » Vettel wins Singapore GP


Sebastian Vettel claims only his second win of the year after taking back-to-back victories on the streets of Singapore.

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Bruce - Unregistered

September 23, 2012 3:29 PM

Strewth! That was dull.
First 4 finished in their qualifying positions. Why the heck was the Spoiler Car left out for so many laps, the debris was clear afetr 2 laps.
Oh yeah, and another masterful move by Schumacher.
Still... can't complain, could have been a worse result.

107SS2009

September 23, 2012 3:33 PM

Clone, the ones that should get a life are mostly Lulu one eyed fan boys who take advantage of not being registered and post under more than one name, an example is right now on the other page one of whom attacked Taipan.

Bubbles Sparxx - Unregistered

September 23, 2012 3:40 PM

Cum Ba ya
Cum Ba ya
OOOooooh Ooooh
Cum Ba ya


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Hamilton damaged his gearbox by rubbung against the wall yesterday during qualifying.


They said it had nothing to do with rubbing the car against the, I guess the fuel pump that failed in Button's car was due to Button sitting on the fuel hose?

Liam48 - Unregistered

September 23, 2012 3:44 PM

Great drive by Vettel & Jenson Button & also Paul di Resta, that had shut up a few haters.

I hope the Hamilton fans won't start with conspiracy theories again because Button retired at Monza.

I wonder if today's retirement for Hanilton will edge him more towards Mercedes?

richard

September 23, 2012 3:45 PM

whitmarsh says that it was not the gearbox that failed, but they believe that it was friction material in the diff. they knew there was trouble with it a number of laps earlier.
sunny, you may be able to advise how there is friction material in the diff? is the lsd a bit like a clutch, and with variable friction surfaces to alter the settings?

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