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

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Observer - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 3:14 PM

What happened here was Merc telling Britney he is the number two driver and not allowed to challenge Hamilton. The only other explanation would be that Merc think Hamilton would have been too stupid to yield and would have used all his fuel before the finish line in an attempt to maintain his position. I don't know about you, but I don't think they would have hired him if they thought he was that stupid.

maglalako - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 4:12 PM

@richard

Of course, I followed the race and heard the instructions by the pit for a 3 second gap which Seb clearly ignored as he tried to pass Mark for a couple of laps after the pit message. When he couldn't pass Mark, he calls he pits to get Mark out of the way. Yes, I was watching the same race.

Midnight - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 4:21 PM

I needed a situation like this to determine whether Taipan knew any better. Dude, the fact that u defend vettel after this shows that you should be ignored and not taken seriously.

And please guys, do not mention Jenson Button and what he could have done. He is a slow overrated driver. They are struggling because they let Hamilton go.

Button is not fast enough to push the limits of the car and help the engineers in its development.

Vet tel is a disgrace.



Bluesalmon - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 5:43 PM

Funny if Alonso passes Massa as Seb passed Webber today there would be no discussion... First time webber finished higher than his qualifying position in 10 races and he does not help Seb at any time and expects respect...

bluebell

March 24, 2013 6:24 PM

I thought Christian Horner did not use team orders it was Webbers race .2nd race in and team orders should not have happened Will Red Bull ever let Mark win we will see
and the same with mercedes it makes bad feelings between team mates

maglalako - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 6:39 PM

@107etc

Do you always speak for Taipan? Can't the real Taipan speak for himself. Unless you're lying down right beside Taipan, you wouldn't know if he has signed on unregistered, would you? Just asking.

Jeez, it's like highschool in here.

cal - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 6:49 PM

Let me just put this out there....what if the roles were reversed between the two Red Bull drivers. Would Webber have passed Vettel after been told to hold station? Yep. He's a team man. Now the really interesting question. Will he should the situation prevent itself this season? I hope so for the sake of the sport and us fans.

Steven Newham - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 9:11 PM

It shows what a racer Vettel is, & I don't think anyone can dispute it, but who can work with someone that won't follow orders?
I remember Eddie Ervine backing off to let Michael Schumacher thru under team orders, David Coulthard let Mika Hakkinen thru under an agreement between themselves. Both these guys followed the "unwritten rule", & were GENTLEMEN about it. So just who does Vettel think he is? The team need to make an example of him, & show him who's boss!

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