F1 » Vettel wins F1 2013 Malaysian GP


Sebastian Vettel triumphs in Malaysia ahead of Mark Webber and Lewis Hamilton

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Taipan - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 11:53 AM

Hamilton's a joke. Nico proved time and again he is faster yet to be screwed in Q3 and now all he gets from the team is a broken gearbox whilst closing at Hamilton in Melbourne and told to stay behind that slow loser where's the justice? And Vettel wanted to race and win now all of a sudden its a crime, if Webber was so fast he wouldn't have been dropped like he was after been passed.
As usual Hamilton fans clutching at straws just face it Vettel is the best driver in the world and your boy will never win the title again, and Ross Brawn your words was discusting on that pit wall if it was the other way round the Hamilton fans would be out raged.

sokudo - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 11:54 AM

Now, onto the good stuff. Team Orders. Firstly, Red Bull.

I'm adamantly against team orders, so I had no problem with Vettel ignoring them and deciding to go for the win. However, what I do have a problem with is the fact that he would have known that he and Mark were told to hold station yet he abused that to pass Webber, who wasn't expecting it. If Seb had informed the team he intended to ignore team orders and given Mark a fair shout, that's all good. He didn't do that. Instead he risked absolutely everything, health included, to overtake Webber in a petty move.

Kakao - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 11:55 AM

@izybluffen

Sorry, dear, but, I can't see this "amount of times Mark has backed off Seb and held station". Webber normally attacks Seb and often ignores team orders and is celebrated for that. Remember Brazil GP? He squeezed Seb to the corner and caused him to move to last. But of course, everyone will take pity on the "poor aussie fella", who's not poor at all"

Wade - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 11:56 AM

This will probably hurt his chances at Ferrari as well. Ferrari won't want a driver that completely ignores what the team is instructing him to do.

As has been said many times, Vettel still hasn't matured. He likes winning in the fastest car. The only way he'll mature is if he loses a few times in an inferior car. The same thing has matured Fernando and Lewis.

Tealeaf - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 11:57 AM

Petty move? this is a F1 RACE in case you forgotten and Mark knew Seb was attacking the 2 laps before anyway its not like he didn't know he was coming!!! you Sham fans always want to discredit Vettel but he was faster, simple, if it wasn't for him ordered to change to drytyres tooearly Webber wouldn't have been anywhere near, as goes for Sham, what a lewser Nico was faster than him, are you fanboys deluded about that as well?

sokudo - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 11:58 AM

Now Mercedes,

Hamilton pushed too hard, had little fuel left. If, and only if, there was an immediate threat from behind, I could understand why Brawn would want Nico to hold station. It's beneficial for the Constructor's Championship. BUT, there was no threat whatsoever and Rosberg was clearly faster and had proven (unlike Seb) that he could overtake safely with little consequence. Mercedes' decision was just as disgusting as Vettel's pettiness. Already establishing No.1 and No.2 drivers based on money rather than ability.

Respect for Hamilton though. His comments on the podium were fair and he's not a team orders kind of guy. He knew he was licked and basically admitted it on the podium.

Nico, very mature. But I'd have politely told Brawn to f**k himself :p

Equin0x - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 11:59 AM

Wouldn't worry about the 'poor aussie' fella, it was him that stopped Hamilton moving to Redbull, if the roles were reversed today and Hamilton ordered to stay behind Nico the outburst from the fan boys would be enormous, same goes for Webber, imagine if he was told to stay behind Webber?????

Tealeaf - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 12:01 PM

If Sham meant what he said on the podium he would have let Nico through, and if Jenson didn't have the usual Mclaren pitstop errors he would have passed both the Mercedes because number 2 driver Nico wasn't allowed to race that slow loser.

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