F1 » Karthikeyan: I was following orders


Narain Karthikeyan has said that he is growing tired of Sebastian Vettel pointing the finger of blame whenever he loses a race.

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Taipan

November 22, 2012 10:37 PM

The funny thing here that seems to have been missed is that a few days ago all of the fanboys were absolutely convinced that Vettel's complaint on the radio was directed at Lulu for overtaking him. Some of us more educated contributors tried to explain to you that the radio messages were delayed and that he was refering to Karthikeyan, but oh no fanboys know best, lots of whining and disagrees followed.
Now we have Karthikeyan telling the World the complaint was about him, but have we had one fanboy admit that they got it wrong? Oh no they just decide to whine about Vettel picking on Karthikeyan!
You really are a pathetic breed and since you were created in 2007 you have done nothing for F1 other than embarrass real F1 fans.

Ed - Unregistered

November 23, 2012 12:52 AM

Here's an idea Karthikeyan... Since HRT is going belly up and you won't be around next year anyway, this is the time to leave your mark on the F1 books!

In Brazil, wait till SV is about to lap you then crash him off track and say: "I was trying to get out of the way like he told me to!!!". See, you do have the power to decide the championship... and what better way to use that power then by preventing a douche driver wining it!?

cknopp - Unregistered

November 23, 2012 1:11 AM

Funny reading a poster by the name Indianapolis2007 talk about Sebastian Vettel... Since that was the race where Seb debuted and became the youngest point scorer ever.

Good to see your tribute to the best driver on the current age!

jacko - Unregistered

November 23, 2012 1:49 AM

I say ban the radio,The races would be far more interesting indeed.Then we would not have to listen to the bs that goes on,all the drivers then would have to rely on pit boards, which would be a great spectale anyway.cheers

saint - Unregistered

November 23, 2012 1:57 AM

If I was beeing lapped for the second time, rather than coming up with some lame excuse (and at the same time shooting off my mouth) I would be very quiet and apologetic, since this is not the first time I screwed up. There is lots of paved run off area on this part of the course. But it also takes skills to
get out of the way safely, which this guy has non of.
What a pathetic figure, he has no business in F1 whatsoever. The Hamilton fanboys would have reacted far differently had the situation be reversed

Sundowner - Unregistered

November 23, 2012 8:59 AM

The alleged hold up happened a L O N G way before the actual overtaking occurred. Lewis would have definitely got past him sooner or later. Vettel just HAS to have someone to blame, when things don't go his way. Always has.
Its got me beat why Mark keeps signing up with RBR knowing the little tantrum thrower will be in the same team. Strange!

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