F1 » Ferrari: Vettel, Red Bull not unbeatable

Stefano Domenicali: Sure, we leave India with a bigger gap to the leader of the Drivers' championship than when we got here, but this race should not leave those who are ahead in a calm and relaxed mood. Fernando and Ferrari will not slacken their efforts by a centimetre, right to the end of this long season

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October 29, 2012 12:28 PM

Stefano says "I recall that, in 1982, the Italian football team was definitely not the strongest but went on to win that year's World Cup. We believe in our chances and I'm sure that so do all our fans!”

In 1982? I just had to laugh out loud....too funny man! Go Vettel and a great job by Alonso this weekend.:)

Kevin - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 12:54 PM

Bogus analogy. Games come down to match on match victories. F1 is about accumulating points. Alonso drove a strong race, but the race was won in 6 laps. One lap of qualifying that put Seb on the pole, and the first five race laps when Seb ran away from the grid. Ferrari and Alonso continually state they need to be quicker in the race... yet, they already match RBR pace. The reality is: Vettel is besting Alonso's one-lap Q3 pace, then capitalizing on that with quick early race laps. why is it so hard for Ferrari and Alonso to get this? Nobody deserves any title, they must take them by force.

Robert T - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 1:28 PM

If Webber's KERS didn't fail Fernando would of have not looked 'amazing'. Ooo you passed the Mclarens, whoop-d-doo. The fact that Ferrari openly have team orders is a disgrace. From a team with such rich history, I would be ashamed. Like in Korea to Massa 'You are getting too close to Fernando. Keep a 2 second gap'. I'd hate to see what Ferrari would do to the Red Bulls if Massa was a lap down to the leaders. Probably take a Massa suspension for excessive blocking of the race leaders. They have no respect for real racing.

Greg Tan - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 1:55 PM

This year Fernando have been so fortunate, all the rivals experienced problems all the way despite of the 2 taken out. Yesterday he was so fortunate again that Mark got Kers problem. I wish Sebastian can maintain his luck better than Fernando.

FreeJack - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 11:01 PM

Sorry Stefano, but if Webber hadn't been driving a broken car for the better part of the race, Alonso would probably not have been able to catch him. Webber's pit crew didn't help matters with that 3.3 second stop, with Alonso hot on his heels. Put him into DRS range and Webber had nothing to defend with.

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