F1 » Vettel takes USGP pole

Sebastian Vettel remains unbeaten as he claims pole position for the first USGP at the Circuit of the Americas.

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Obez - Unregistered

November 17, 2012 7:22 PM

Love him or hate him, you can't fault Vettel's pace in the fastest F1 car on the grid.....he's simply delivered on the equipment given to him.
Good luck to him.
I'm an Alonso fan and I'm totally hacked off with Ferrari and their inability to give probably the most complete F1 driver today Alonso, a car fast enough to enable him deliver the Title!
He's given Ferrari 3 good (wasted?) years and I think last year should be his last and thereafter if Ferrari deliver nothing as per usual, he should push for a move to Redbull.....so long as Newey is still there!!

HeiBai - Unregistered

November 17, 2012 7:25 PM

If Vettel and Hamilton swapped cars

- Hamilton would set faster times in the RedBull

-and Vettel would set slower times in the McLasren

No question about that

What a pole shoot out, this Quali was brilliant Vettel and Webber in the vicious RB8 miles ahead of the rest. SO how the hell did that fast driver from Hertfordshire split the Newey mean machines finishing in front of the Aussie and only a tenth off Vettel who in the RB8 has destroyed all this weekend. Surley Hertford boy in the same car as Vettel he would take him apart?

Today we saw a driver show the meaning of that term getting more out of the car there was no way any car should have been a tenth away from the fastest car driven by Vettel.

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