F1 » Wholesale changes as Vettel faces pit-lane start


The FIA has revealed that Red Bull Racing opted to make several component changes to Sebastian Vettel's RB8 following his qualifying setback on Saturday.

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GoForIt - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 12:26 PM

Hopefully it will make an exciting race.

I'm thinking it may be the only thing that does make it interesting as the tracks and locations now seem to be more about money and image than actual racing!

decko - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 2:56 PM

Even when your lucky is out, your still a lucky sod, two safety cars, Hamilton DNF, button being a fanny as usual, even his own team capitulating and getting past Massa due to Webber. Your annointed

silent observer - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 3:54 PM

The two safety cars and all the DNFs helped Vettel today, but he still drove a great race. Alonso could not have done any more with what he had, so he should not be too hard on himself. Most fans must wonder why Ferrari are hanging on to Massa, since this would have been the perfect race for him to become Alonso's firewall - and to feature effectively in the team's battles for both titles. But he failed to do even that.

pc - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 6:43 PM

I think Vettel took quite a few laps to overtake Button actually - either good defensive driving by Button or not so great overtaking ability by Vettel
Saying that I am of the same opinion as decko that I wish Button would stop 'driving like a fanny' and drive with a bit more grit

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