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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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richard

October 15, 2012 1:36 PM

taz. there will always be a conspiracy theory. but at the start, NOBODY could possible risk backing off to let another person take a position. the only thing that webber did, was not to force an accident. he was protecting himself just as much as he was protecting vettel.
had webber slowed down, he would have been collected by someone behind. the first corner was a left hander, and seb was on the inside.

Ali - Unregistered

October 15, 2012 4:03 PM

Honestly for me Man of the race? Daniel Ricciardo. I mean come on p21 to P9 that's special from most other drivers let alone from a guy who, compared to the guys he was pulling moves on is pretty new to f1, and to be in a Toro Rosso which lets be honest hasn't been the best in the mid field this season, is a pretty big achievement! Also Nico Hulkenbergs move on Hamilton and Grosjean was pretty special too!

richard

October 15, 2012 4:48 PM

enrico were you not watching the race? the two cars went side by side through the first couple of corners. both drivers were giving each other room,but seb exited the series of corners in the better position.

proper clean racing. or did you want to see one or the other pushing their teammate off?

Joe - Unregistered

October 18, 2012 8:50 AM

I think the drive of the day was from Daniel Ricciardo starting from 21st on the grid and then was in 8th could of finished 7th but had the brake problem on lap 44

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