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

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107SS2009

March 24, 2013 12:03 PM

As I said earlier elsewhere on another page these Lulu one eyed fan boys and that includes some of Webber supporters will side with or attack just about everybody on the grid no matter if it's the team, boss or team mate depending on what suites their perceived imagination of their drivers abilities, today they have been aided no end by their respective teams attitude to hypocrisy.

richard

March 24, 2013 12:05 PM

i thought that was watching a RACE, yet when vettel came alongside webber as he exited the pits, he was a nose ahead. i believe that any true racer worth his salt, would aim to take the lead and win the race. webber and vettel had a good clean scrap, with each trying to defend their position. i dont know if there were actually team orders in place at that point, but i abhor team orders, and feel that a fight for first, by BOTH drivers, was perfectly acceptable. at leastwe at last had a chance of an actual race, and the faster driver won.
now go to merc, (who i congratulate on their showing) and look at the position where the faster driver was told over and over again, not to pass their teammate. we should have been allowed a proper race for 3/ 4 too, ut were denied this by the accursed team orders.

if rbr want to punish or talk to their two drivers, then that is their business, but it will not take from what was a thrilling last couple of laps.

and dont forget, seb had already b

Tealeaf - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 12:12 PM

richard, 107SS2009 I totally agree with you 2, its 1 rule for Sham and Webber (english speaking) and a different rule for the better drivers, Webber knew Vettel was coming for about 3 lap so he knew he wasn't caught napping I'm gad Seb stuck it to him, and Rosberg told to stay behind like that because Sham use all his fuel for nothing, couldn't even pull away from Nico, it was discusting if anyone had any morals would know the teams favoured Webber and Sham, but the better drivers showed they were faster.

elijah

March 24, 2013 12:14 PM
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@Richard, I hate team orders but rules are rules. In the case of Hamilton Nico , and Webber Vettel, all pitstops are out of the way and as you know at that stage, the driver in front is usually given preference over the driver behind. So they were told hold station , since the teams would get no points advantage. Vettel, true to past form did his own thing.

Kakao - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 12:19 PM

@Elijah, had Webber received team orders not to attack, you'd be furious. And if he'd gone for the win anyway, you'd applaud. That's always like this. Seb is always the bad guy.

You guys must decide, or you are for team orders, or you aren't.

107SS2009

March 24, 2013 12:19 PM

Richard, RBR used team orders no less then Mercedes today , they not only ordered Vettel not to pass (hold station at 3 seconds) but when he did pass Webber they told him over the radio “that was silly” and that “there will be some explaining to do”.

Kakao - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 12:21 PM

@Elijah, had Webber received team orders not to attack, you'd be furious. And if he'd gone for the win anyway, you'd applaud. That's always like this. Seb is always the bad guy.

You guys must decide, or you are for team orders, or you aren't.

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