F1 » Teams’ title secured, but reliability worries RBR


Red Bull team principal Christian Horner acknowledges that Mark Webber's DNF in the USGP is a concern with team-mate Sebastian Vettel still battling for the drivers' title.

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chris - Unregistered

November 19, 2012 10:05 AM

cmon mook!..title sercure so wat?!..its the car that won the race not vettel driving skills...should vettel goes to ferrari after 2 seasons or so......ferrari will give him massa's car and see if he makes the same performmace ?!..i highly doubt he does!!!!!...so wat the point of going ferrari if he knows he got a lously performmace car like massa?...funny D**K..

chris - Unregistered

November 19, 2012 10:05 AM

cmon mook!..title sercure so wat?!..its the car that won the race not vettel driving skills...should vettel goes to ferrari after 2 seasons or so......ferrari will give him massa's car and see if he makes the same performmace ?!..i highly doubt he does!!!!!...so wat the point of going ferrari if he knows he got a lously performmace car like massa?...funny D**K..

Terminator - Unregistered

November 19, 2012 3:36 PM

Maybe you should ask you driver Mr. Vettel to be more conservative. Setting the fastest lap on the last lap 'for fun' is something that pushes the car, when he could have backed off and cruised in 2nd.

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