F1 » Vettel wins Japanese Grand Prix


Sebastian Vettel made huge inroads into Fernando Alonso's F1 championship lead after victory at Suzuka.

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SpeedD - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 9:07 AM

@taipin, leave this infatuation with Lewis, he already has a galfriend!!!Lewis drove well in a bad setup, Force India cud have easily overtaken him but cudnt and he managed to jump Kimi so good damage limitation for him.

shoutingquietly - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 9:07 AM

Lulu - "the fastest driver in a bad car" Hmmm really? Mythbusters should investigate that claim!
I see the oldest juvenile on crash.net has forgoton their medication again.
Live and let live ei!

hiroshi

October 07, 2012 9:08 AM

I think its time RG takes a look at NASCAR. I don't appreciate him as a talent at all. Well done to MW though great comeback drive. And KK for his podium. Even sweeter at home. Also Fm. I think that's a little shot of confidence he needs

Jayru - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 9:09 AM

Richard,

Kimi was on the outside and Alonso pushed further thinking that Kimi was going to lift off because Alonso wants to go round the outside

107SS2009

October 07, 2012 9:15 AM

Alonso clipped KR'S front wing which gave him a puncture that's why he lost it (spin).
Other than that the FERRARI race pace was at least second to just one RB8 today.
Was Lulu practicing/getting acclimatized to where he will be next year and possibly the year after that?

Taipan

October 07, 2012 9:16 AM

Richard, I had the misfortune of watching X Factor last night (blame the Mrs) and I have to say The Pussycat is every bit as vacant as Lulu, a match made in heaven!

Top quality spelling there fanboys...


IF Grosjean deserved a race ban for Spa, how the hell did todays brain fart deserve a stop go? Give us some consistency please.

richard

October 07, 2012 9:19 AM

jayru. exactly, so how on earth could kimi give alonso more room. kimi was alongside and kicking up the grass. did ferdi expect kimi to go totally onto the grass and cause a far more serious accident. funny that ferdi didnt blame button for squeezing him into kimi.
kimi was blameless.

Lama - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 9:24 AM

Did you hear that Sebastain Vettel is the most talented driver in the worst car ( I would even say that's the worst car in the history )?

Ive also heard that Fernando Alonso is the worst driver in the field with that best car ever made ( like the rest of the field ).

That was a symphatischer weekend I tell you, Felippe Massa second, Kamui third, Kimi still challenging for the meisterschaft ( with that cool cap ).

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