F1 » Webber holds off Hamilton to keep podium place

KERS issue costs Mark Webber second at the Buddh International Circuit

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FreeJack - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 4:28 PM

There should have been a few words for Webber's pit crew after the race, though...a 3.3 second pit stop to change tires, while Hamilton's crew managed to change out tires AND his steering wheel in the same amount of time. Then Vettel's pit crew pulls off a 2.6 second stop. With Alonso hot on his heels, Webber did NOT need a slow stop. Good race by Webber, could have been better but yet again he gets bit by his KERS.

Robwal - Unregistered

October 30, 2012 5:48 AM

Vettel has blown up his car (alternators) on more than three occasions now because he has no control. Hence my nickname for him (goldenbaby), he is immature and spoilt, pushing his car over the limit until it breaks.

Redbullmanureracing do not need team orders because anytime Mark looks like threatening goldenbaby, he has a KERS failure, gearbox penalty, bad pit-stop/stategy or DRS failure.

Webber is the only driver in the redbullmanureracing "team" "that has had numerous TOTAL KERS failures.
Vettel's KERS reported problems NEVER resulted in him losing his KERS totally!

Also, when was the last time goldenbaby had a gearbox problem/five place grid penalty?
A rhetorical question because the answer is once again NEVER!

Take off the blinkers and look at the very stark reality goldenbaby fanbois!

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