F1 » Karthikeyan blamed for Vettel's lost lead


Sebastian Vettel was once again left fuming by HRT's Narain Karthikeyan, after the backmarker featured in the decisive overtaking move of the race that cost Vettel victory.

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Ptolomy - Unregistered

November 19, 2012 3:29 AM

I bet that Gherkin is working for Ferrari. Slashed Sebstian's tyre earlier this year. Interfered with one of the two championship contenders at the next to last race now. Almost killed Nico. Etc. Etc.
If the HRT is going to be out there losing 7+ seconds per lap, then it is a MUST that they get out of the way of the real race cars. Or else pull into the garage when the first cars threaten to lap them.

Jagworth - Unregistered

November 19, 2012 8:08 AM

oh diddums ... Horner calming his baby down, like someone else said Vettel's enormous skll is spoiled by his demeanor. If a following car catches up ummm ... "he is lapping quicker". It was only a matter of laps before Hamilton got his chance, and rightly took it and as he showed he held the gap to consolidate the win. Lapping cars is part of motor racing, full stop. Get over it Horner, and start acting like a Champion Vettel ...

jayjay - Unregistered

November 19, 2012 10:35 AM

poor baby boy - best car by miles get caught by Hamilton who was clearly much quicker but blames karti yet again for his own failiure. No mention by the child or his supporters that Hamilton was six tenths faster than the child before karti ever appeared.

Jackie was right about the child - put Alonso in a Redbull and the child wouldn't see which way Alonso went.

No matter what though those pundits will still be banging on about how wonderfull the child is whilst just mentioning in passing Alonso is driving a dog in comparison

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