F1 » Vettel: India victory an 'important step'


Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel drives an 'immaculate' race to triumph at the Buddh International Circuit for the second time

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Teleman Deeker - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 4:37 PM

Can someone remind Bob Warshaw that he was in India and not Italy. Two different countries and two different continents. To add more, they are two different spoken languages.

So please give him a wake up call.

blublz

October 28, 2012 5:16 PM

When he screamed at the team to 'do something about it' a few races back, the responce has been clear for everyone to see, today was perfect for SV, Alonso however, is still lurking.

cris - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 6:25 AM

what an effortless drive and the usual kinda win from Vettel. Take pole and win, congratulations to Adrian Newey. And Great drive from Fernando, he even managed to pass Webber.

over2u

October 29, 2012 9:44 AM

I'd say Kimi spinning on front of Alonso in Q3 in Japan, hampering his grip position for the race and then taking Alonso out on the first lap in Japan, was an more important step ! Oh, and then there was Spa as well, buy another Loutus driver !

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