F1 » Vettel hits new heights with four-in-a-row


Sebastian Vettel continued to be unstoppable in a Grand Prix, the Red Bull once again leading every lap to cruise home to victory ahead of Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber.

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frws - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 1:31 PM

Havnt seen the race as I'm at work however reading comments to hear of another kers failure for one of the red bulls begs the question how has a team with the money and resources of red bull still encountering issues with the kers aspect of their car. Not many other team seem to have the problem red bull has, or maybe they escape the media spotlight

No conspiracy theory trying to be made here. Just wondering whether someone can offer an explanation as to red bulls issues with kers ever since it's introduction :/

I'm bored - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 1:34 PM

They should drop the drivers championship altogether as it is quite apparent at the moment that the best driver on the grid is not winning the championship, but he best car.
What a joke this is.
Newey should be the world champion....not vettell
My mother could win in a red bill

Signed
I'm getting bored of this

cknopp - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 1:49 PM

Congratulations to Seb on yet another dominant victory.

Also, I wasn't to congratulate Seb on being the smartest driver on the grid fire choosing to drive for a "drinks company" instead of falling for the manufacturers bs.

Let the haters hate, and the winners win.

By the only objective measurement available, Vettel is the best driver our there.

And it is funny how squirmy it makes the fanbois...lol Some of the best toilet reading ever!

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