F1 » Raikkonen wins Abu Dhabi GP

Kimi Raikkonen takes first win of F1 return, while Sebastian Vettel denies Fernando Alonso the chance to overturn championship deficit...

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November 04, 2012 3:39 PM

broken finger. you name says it all!

were you even watching the race? seb made pass after pass, ON THE TRACK. yeah, some were also in pits, but majority were most definitely on the track.

Jonov - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 3:41 PM

On Webber's first incident he tried to pass Maldonado on the outside. Pastor maintained the inside line and even locked his tires up trying to avoid contact, yet Webber still hit him.

Clone - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 3:43 PM


I'm sure use of the word "pussy" in the highest rated post simply refers to a pussycat. As in Hamilton, Vettel, Alonso et al are cheetahs while Button is a pussy.

Broken Finger - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 3:44 PM

Yeah Richard, he had to pass Grosjean at the beginning, then he passed the HRT, Marussia, Catterham and the toughest of all Toro Rosso. Unbelievable he could pass all those cars on the track, he's a champion! Then the top 12 had to stop and he was in front, then he had to stop and the SC put him right behind Button with fresh tyres. How was that hard at all?


November 04, 2012 3:45 PM
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Kimi, great drive, win and the most entertaining driver on the grid .

Michael Schumacher, you have to feel for him, having not achieved a win in the poor Mercedes. Lifes not fair.

Driver of the day, easily V E T T E L .

Ant - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 3:49 PM

Fantastic to see Kimi win! Now it is officially an outstanding comeback! He has won races with 3 different teams and (probably) finished in the top 3 in the championship with 3 different teams. A legend of F1 IMO.

Vettel was lucky but drove very well.

I am starting to understand why Hamilton wants out of Mclaren.

I bet Alonso is secretly disapointed - this was the 'bad luck' weekend (yesterdays quali) for Vettel that he was waiting for and it didn'rt pan out like he wouldve hoped.

NVC - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 3:50 PM

Exactly my point, as stated, Vettel did the same manoeuvre to Button on the outside and was not as far in front as Webber, in fact they were wheel to wheel. Webber may have been on the outside, but he was in front by a wheel base, he did not cut in agressively, I won't argue with the stewards decision, as incidents will continue to happen as long as racng does. But Webber's fault deserving a drive through - sorry agree to disagree.

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