F1 » Tyre management key to Vettel victory

Sebastian Vettel controlled the wear on his front tyres to perfection in Korea, setting his fastest lap shortly before winning the race.

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October 15, 2012 12:34 PM
Last Edited 1217 days ago

Hasn't racing turned into a sad spectacle where a driver is more concerned about his tyres, which have been engineer to degrade quicker than usual, than he is about overtaking, then there's the lack of innovation brought about a team FIA because a team might make something the lower teams can't afford to do.

Is this really F1 the pinnacle of technology that I used to watch 20 years ago???

This is meant to be racing at the highest level.

jose - Unregistered

October 16, 2012 3:57 AM

Did you say something about tyre management?
Vettle was the fastest driver on the track
Sundry. Hell they had to slow the boy down. Embarrassing
watching him run away like that..Yes he did!

Old, Jose

cknopp - Unregistered

October 16, 2012 4:15 AM

Who disagreed with having the tires last the whole race?

Only someone that their favorite driver can only score if others blow pitstops or strategy...

The tyres suck, and they actually degrade the racing by adding an artificial management metric to the equation.

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