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Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber claim Japanese GP front row for Red Bull, as Button, Alonso and Hamilton face fighting from lower reaches of top ten....

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October 06, 2012 12:12 PM

Did u hear the Rd Bulls off throttle into turn 1, they sounded like V12's lovely sound but surely doing something with off throttle maps for blowing, thought that wasnt allowed anymore?

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October 06, 2012 12:16 PM

Again, Schumi beats Roseberg during Qualifying..Where's the logic here??..Why replace him??If you'll analyze the results, Schumi still has the capability in beating young guns F1 driver out there..Just provide him a decent fast car and Im sure he'll deliver!!


October 06, 2012 1:30 PM
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@ Richard.

On the over-run not on power, im not an idiot.
It just sounds a "little" simlar to a 1992 lamborghini v12 off throttle, and completely diff to the last races

Im not saying its V12! & I was at silverstone in 1991 & 1992 and know what a V12 car sounds like.


October 06, 2012 1:46 PM

gazza. sounds like a lambo on the overrun? if i had a lambo sounding like a strangled v8, i would put it out of its misery. now, if you mean like a porsche 4, popping and spitting on the overrun, it would be more understandable :D :D


October 06, 2012 4:02 PM

I think most of you have it wrong regarding MS. To keep it all together for a qualifying lap is fine and dandy for Michael but to keep concentration for a 90+ minutes race is asking too much from the old geezer. Time and again he has chucked it away during the race, I think he is really too old now for racing at this level. I wish he would have stayed retired and used his knowledge to be a team manager. Happy retirement MS !

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