F1 » Vettel complaint ‘was in heat of the moment’

Sebastian Vettel concedes that there was nothing unfair about Kimi Raikkonen's defence of second place in the Hungarian Grand Prix.

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July 30, 2013 9:11 PM

Jesus, are you people insane? You have never cursed or said something you dont mean, ever? Not to mention while driving at 100+ mph trying to pass someone. Get a grip people he was in the heat of the moment, racing for valuable points, but I guess it gives people a reason to bark at Vettel or "finger boy" as many people call him. Although I admit the move into turn 1 was dirty, how about Hamilton actually driving Webber off the track hmm?


July 31, 2013 3:23 PM

@James How about we see you drive at 100 mph and try to overtake a car in front of you, while the road you are on is 1.5 car lengths in width. Yeah, not so easy is it...... And may I remind you of Monza 2011 where Vettel made one of the ballsiest passes I have ever seen on Alonso.


July 31, 2013 3:58 PM

the press love to highlight finger boy's antics, mainly because he is always giving them antics to highlight. Just be the champion your results say you are and put your head down and drive, stop the talking.

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