F1 » F1 Bahrain 2013: Hamilton suffers gearbox blow

Lewis Hamilton will face a five-place grid penalty after the Mercedes team was forced to change his gearbox ahead of qualifying in Bahrain.

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prof-x - Unregistered

April 20, 2013 5:52 PM

Vettel is nothing with out Red Bull fully supporting him, last year when RBR were backing Webber and Vettel almost equally, Webber actually had a chance to lead the team, now he hasnt got a prayer, and Vettel almost has a prayer against Ferrari, which, despite how much money RBR spend, they do not control the tire supply.

Hamilton is the fastest, Kimi has excellent car control, Nico is a great battler, Alonso has great hair and is an all-a-rounder, Vettel is spoiled beyond belief, Mark never doesnt have a chance, McLaren are still getting over themselves, Massa has resigned to not getting good enough setup and today I figured out Croft is a little big mad about Lewis. But Lewis has that affect on people who put up a snob's facade.

John - Unregistered

April 20, 2013 6:25 PM

"Vettel is nothing with out Red Bull fully supporting him"

Blah blah blah

It's amazing the way some people can write nonsense without actually saying anything of substance. I suppose that Red Bull were "fully supporting" Vettel by ordering him to stay behind Webber in Malaysia? But if the Vettel-haters could think logically they would not be Vettel-haters.

"despite how much money RBR spend"

How much money do you think RBR spend then, Einstein?

John - Unregistered

April 20, 2013 6:29 PM

"Hamilton is the fastest"

In your dreams, perhaps. Can you cite any actual evidence that LH is "the fastest"?

"Vettel is spoiled beyond belief"

Thank you for sharing that keenly astute piece of F1 analysis.. Let me respond in kind then - Hamilton is a poo poo head.

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