F1 » F1 2013 POLL: Who was the main man in Malaysia?


While the team orders row will continue to overshadow the 2013 Malaysian Grand Prix, there were some worthy performances on track....

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Bradenws

March 25, 2013 8:42 AM
Last Edited 544 days ago

They should have a poll for bonehead of the day. Half the entertainment was waiting for the next example of the "pinnacle" of motorsport. Priceless race.

Personally, I have pretty much all of Ferrari atop my dubious podium, just for nobody realizing Alonso's car was definitely unsafe, illegal, or just unfit to continue on track.

John Marston - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 9:20 AM

According to previous Marko Helmut, this was 1 of Webber's 2 good races for the year....Now he just needs to make the call to JEV to crash into Mark next time his leading and BAM, he will have a achieved his goal of stopping Mark out shining the golden child at any race for the year.

Taipan

March 25, 2013 11:28 AM

I would understand Webber getting the lions share of the vote here if this poll was "shafted team mate of the day" but as it's driver of the day it had to be Vettel, rightly or wrongly he owned Mark.

Luke - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 11:42 AM

Vettel for sure was the best!! Went at it at all costs and survived Webbers attempts to put him in the wall! he's going for the title and doing with a winners attitude! RB better wake up and start acting like Champs or leave F1. Sulk is a loser and I cannot believe RB aer supporting that 2 face - he ignored team orders last year - yesterday he's all glum about it as he back Vettle into Lewis and side swipes Vettle on the pit straight... Webber the nice guy - not buying the lemon you're selling !! This is racing! If RB fully invested in Webber, Ferrari would be 3 up instead of Vettle. RB starting to looking shaky !!

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