F1 » Vettel: Mercedes did what they had to do


Sebastian Vettel has praised Nico Rosberg's Monaco victory, but said it was obvious that Mercedes was driving tactically in the early part of the race.

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cris - Unregistered

May 29, 2013 1:29 AM

the problem is the track, not the drivers or cars, it's the Monaco track plain and simple.... I don't understand the hype with Monaco grand prix. Yes the track is glamorous as if the track is filled with silver and gold, and the filthy rich are watching all over the place. But Guys, you have to admit that it is the MOST BORING RACE year after year after year, you see two or three overtaking and thats it, or a crash for a safety car to add little excitement, but all in all, if you got pole, then almost certainly you would win. It should be renamed Monaco Boring Grand Prix.

michael fornarina - Unregistered

May 29, 2013 5:28 AM

In the USA on NBC.. the Monaco Grand Prix 2013 just got the highest TV ratings of any F1 race ever.. (I think) -- friends of mine who are not racing fans know of F1 by knowing of Monte Carlo -- for that reason alone this race needs to be on the Formula One Calender.

clive - Unregistered

June 01, 2013 7:17 AM

Great race Seb but you could have gone faster as could be seen in your last lap run, Mark mate move over for Kimmi he has what it takes to run with the best. Good luck for Canada, l will be watching

rob01 - Unregistered

June 01, 2013 4:39 PM

The only satisfaction Vettel received was doing something Horner called silly. If he was that much faster than Nico he should have pressured Roseberg a little more. Instead he sulked behind the Merc and ran his mouth post race about a bus.

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