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Kimi Raikkonen may have won, but was he the star of the night race in Abu Dhabi? This is your chance to tell us what you think....

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blublz

November 05, 2012 10:26 AM

SV was excellent, despite panicking and taking out a defencceless marker board, Alonso was clinical as alway, left me with Kimi, again, clean and proving to be the best sensor Lotus have incorporated into the E20, just ahead of Pastor Maldonado, fast in qualy, raced hard with KERS issues and scored decent points.

Liam48

November 05, 2012 11:13 AM

R.I.P. DRS Board it didn't stand a chance!

Kimi Raikkonen for his great start & brilliant drive & his fantastic radio messages. Of course Vettel for coming through the field & also di Resta for coming ninth after he came from the back of the field.

I would also give Kobayashi a shout, he was quiet but stealthy!

Liam48

November 05, 2012 11:13 AM

R.I.P. DRS Board it didn't stand a chance!

Kimi Raikkonen for his great start & brilliant drive & his fantastic radio messages. Of course Vettel for coming through the field & also di Resta for coming ninth after he came from the back of the field.

I would also give Kobayashi a shout, he was quiet but stealthy!

piercarlogassolini - Unregistered

November 05, 2012 11:20 AM

Has to be SV despite his mard-**** squealing when he nearly crashed behind the safety car.

anti-heroes, MW, who should had radioed in 'Hey guys, not GOOD for a number 2' after his ragic race, and JB who managed to be anonymous as a front-running F1 driver, how does he do that?

Taipan

November 05, 2012 11:26 AM

Lots of good performances, and a fair few bad ones but it was Vettel's day.

The biggest gain in position since the 1989 USA GP (Christian Danner would you believe)

Vettel becomes the only current driver to make up more than 20 positions in a race, Schumacher (2011 Spa) and Kimi (2006 Bahrain) are the only ones close having made up 19 places.

Jayendran - Unregistered

November 05, 2012 12:08 PM

Kimi Raikkonen is for sure not only the man of the race but also the Driver of the season..who would have thought that he could comeback so strong without 2 yrs in F1,,he was driving just like having a sleep and wake up in the morning and then drive the car...kimi raikkonen's victory is a real testimonial for his never give up attitude and talent,,he deserved each and every bit of the victory and probably deserves even more..his bad the car is not fast but limping in the 2nd half of the season

Grant Richardson - Unregistered

November 05, 2012 12:19 PM

Lot of Posts mention Webber's 'poor start' - AGAIN!!
Seriously...has he ever finished at the same position he qualified at or higher so far this year? OK. Monaco. He does like going backwards in a hurry and then spends the rest of the reace trying to get back to where he started from. Says it all really that Vettel started from last and finished 3rd. Webber started from 2nd and............

mrfill

November 05, 2012 12:20 PM

@taipan
Can we include Canada 2011 where Button went from last place to first during the race? There may have been fewer than 20 cars at the time he was at the back but he won, taking 6 pit stops and getting rid of his team-mate on the way. Oh how we laughed.

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