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Kimi Raikkonen returns Lotus to winners' circle, Sebastian Vettel limits championship damage by joining Fernando Alonso on podium...

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Undapakru - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 3:46 PM

Richard - you are always very clinical in all your comments. But I just can't understand when it comes to Redbull's legality, your comments are - Bulls are "120%" legal and Seb is the world's best driver! Really?

If what Newey is doing to that car is visible, FIA would have already caught it by now. Its like Ross-Tolt era in Ferrari.. they pushed the car beyond regulations, with out anyone noticing!


November 04, 2012 3:48 PM

Great race, Seb's drive was excellent in a car that was prepared specifically to race from the back of the grid, his trap speed today was 319 kmh compared to 311 in qualy, Alonso again, did what Alonso does, and Kimi, on the second restart (i think) lapped over a second faster than Alonso and everyone else, looked after his car and tyres enough to stay out of Fernando's reach at the chequered flag. Pastor Maldonado was very good, Mark Webber frustrated and Jenson Button may have been asleep.

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