F1 » F1 2013 POLL: Who turned up the heat in Bahrain?


Sebastian Vettel may have taken his second victory of the 2013 F1 season in Bahrain, but was the German's cruise to the flag the best performance of the grand prix?

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Wilson - Unregistered

April 23, 2013 6:57 AM

Sergio Perez & Nico Rosberg made it worth watching.

All that technology is great but seeing the fights carry on was exciting. Hope to see more of it.

rimbert - Unregistered

April 23, 2013 8:32 AM

Without a doubt Sergio Perez. He pressured and ultimately beat Jenson Button, despite Jenson's complaints about being pressured by his team-mate. Sergio showed his true potential. Either he's going to force Jenson to up his game or Sergio will be the de facto #1 in the team by the end of the season. Jenson thought that Lewisham's defection to Mercedes would leave him comfortably in charge of McLaren but Sergio is showing that there is no place for complacency in F1. He's also showing that the brain trust at McLaren weren't entirely out to lunch when they hired him. Good job that man!

luke - Unregistered

April 23, 2013 9:42 AM

@WhiteKnight
everyones bragging about the RED and giving Vettel far too little creadit. He took Alonso before he could settle in and make the racing calls Rosburg was making in the early laps. Fernando is too strong a driver in a great car! Ferrari is a fantastic package as is the Lotus! Schumies dominate year 2003(?) the car was superior and in the hands of superior driver there was no touching him. Vettle is beatable in the current car - look at Webber and his placing! Yes the RED is good car but it's NOT superior! Vettle is bringing out the best in the RED as is Kimi at Lotus as is Fernado at Ferrari .. These drivers are great drivers!

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