F1 » Horner hails 'remarkable comeback' by Vettel


Christian Horner admitted that he hadn't thought it possible for Sebastian Vettel to recover from a pit lane start to get on the podium in Abu Dhabi.

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Poor Webber - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 6:56 PM

Red bull treat Webber like rubbish. First they tell him to let Seb through which he had every right not to so they bring him into the pits to get him out of the way! He should have stayed out on track

Poor Webber - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 6:58 PM

Red bull treat Webber like rubbish. First they tell him to let Seb through which he had every right not to so they bring him into the pits to get him out of the way! He should have stayed out on track

richard

November 04, 2012 7:05 PM

poor webber. poor webber my ****! seb was catching him at a rate of knots. something like 1 sec a lap. if webber wanted to stay ahead of seb, all he had to do was press the loud pedal a bit more. total sense for team to give seb a clear track.

yesterday, jose was saying that nobody could win from the pit lane. well jose, seb only missed a win by 4 secs. not too lardy!

nath - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 7:07 PM

Yes and no Horner, don't forget vettel damaged his front wing on his own accord trying to overtake then drives into brake board makes it worse pits under safety car, tyres starting to wear out pits comes out 25seconds behind Kimi..another safety car another free pit which gave him fresh tyres at the end despite this only could beat alonsos fastest lap by a few tenths. For me it was a sSunday drive performance with the quickest car nothing more.

Many drivers could have taken points of vettel today but retired, so now who's the lucky one Horner?

Clone - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 7:19 PM

It was a good drive but his antics on the podium were quite unnecessary. His swearing just felt so unnatural and he just came off as a bit of a tool. We know Kimi doesn't like the media and we expect that sort of thing from him, but there was no reason for Vettel to follow suit.

clurpr - Unregistered

November 04, 2012 7:54 PM

The whole reason he got the podium was because of the amount of people crashing in front of him, it wasn't that good of a drive, sure he did some good overtakes but it was mainly guys crashing out/retiring in front of him

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