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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October 07, 2012 4:20 PM

ghog, RGB Ltg and Indy so i make that three but if you have lost count at 3 then what can i say.

richard a driver supporter can also be a f1 fan just as a someone who supports Bath rugby club can be a fan of the game of Rugby union.


October 07, 2012 4:42 PM

Ron, I don't think Ghog has lost count at 3, more like you just forget who you are sometimes...


Ahh, hello Taipan i do make infrequent visits to this site and as for me sounding like someone else could it be a case of great minds thinking alike as i'm assuming the other poster who sounds like me is a fan of Lewis Hamilton.
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Manxie :)


October 07, 2012 5:56 PM

Hmmm, Taipan the fact that i have always responded to you whenever you called me Ron when using the user names mentioned above showed i was not trying to be secretive or sinister. As i explained to you when ever i posted under RGB my posts were removed for some reason using ltg and indy i seem to have no problems with posts being deleted.

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October 07, 2012 7:50 PM

Mclaren got the car but i think Lewis' lack of setup skills came into play and they took a last minute gamble on setup to get on terms with Vettel but went the wrong way on setup. Reality - RedBull car too fast now. Ferrari has wind tunnel issues. Lotus jus blew it now wasting too much resources and energy on the failed DDRS. Championship is over. Miserable few races to follow like this one.
No gamble on strategies. It was all follow the leader. How did anyone expect to beat the fastest car by following its strategy.
Strange how everyone used hards, (the slower tire), in the last stint when there was no major wear with them in the beginning.
FIA made overtaking harder again by making DRS zone shorter. Killing the sport again.


October 07, 2012 10:14 PM
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Anyway, back to the race.

Thoroughly enjoyed todays race, was hoping FA would not score too highly, did not expect that 1st lap prang thought!

As the Sky comentators said, its now a mini championship, almost level points.

Sebastian Vettel continues to impress, reckon any one who pats his car at the finish is a 100% Petrolhead!


October 07, 2012 10:30 PM

Ghog, It was a decent race, the star of the day for me was the track, some great corners and a real driving challenge. A few feet wider in places and it would be among the very best in F1 in my opinion.

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