F1 » HAVE YOUR SAY: Who was king in Korea?

Sebastian Vettel may have cruised to victory, and returned to the top of the points table, but was his the best performance of round 16 of the 2012 F1 world championship?

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October 15, 2012 8:07 AM
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Sebastian Vettel , The Emperor!

But i think Webber was told to let Vettel pass at the start@@@@@??!! After all that s why he got an extra year with them.

and Webber will be remembered as a good N2 of a 3 Times world Champion and maybe counting!?

PoM - Unregistered

October 15, 2012 8:24 AM

Fernando after that great speach he made after a long weekend, glad that he mentioned Felipes efforts-very teamly. Didn't really like the way Seb doused the interviewer with the Champers (although he's a Dork).

Some might say Loolee was king for dragging half of Korea around the track for a few laps, LoL

saffa - Unregistered

October 15, 2012 9:37 AM

Did anyone notice in a slow shot of the RedBull going over the curb with the front wing bending backwards. Quite plain to see that the is a bit too soft. Imagine how it works on the straights. Is that considered double DRS. FIA wouldn't jump to correct that, beginning to wonder why.
Not a Massa fan but I think he was the driver of the day, confirming Suzuka was no fluke and he got his Mojo back. Oh and the toro rosso's gave a wonderful performance. The james key effect playing out there.


October 15, 2012 9:40 AM
Last Edited 1216 days ago

@@ And that s probably why like Webber with RB , Massa should get an other extra year with Ferrari,as a loyal n2 sidekick.

I really respect Button for not wanting to do that ( openly anyway).


October 15, 2012 9:51 AM


Webber got to much wheelspin, there's no way Mark was going to let Seb drive past him and Hamilton almost slipped through into the lead, nothing choreographed about that start from what I could see. Webber's starts have generally been poor.


October 15, 2012 10:00 AM
Last Edited 1216 days ago

@@ Taz
After qualifying ,.. the experts on TV said that Webber was on the good side and Seb on the poor.. then this Happen,..with the history of Horner,..no mate to me anyway, ..it too much of a coincidence, right at the crucial time when 4 points separated Alonso and Vettel.

That s how i read it.


October 15, 2012 10:38 AM


I honestly think your reading to much into it but everyone is entitled to their opinion. If they really wanted to swap them round it would be much easier during the stops as they had a speed advantage over the Ferrari's although it was closer than i thought it would be.

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