F1 » Vettel back to work with fifth win of 2013


A first-lap overtaking move by Sebastian Vettel on polesitter Lewis Hamilton proved decisive and handed the world champion his fifth win of the season as he extends his lead in the championship.

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Taipan

August 25, 2013 2:44 PM

1. Vettel - Flawless drive

2. Alonso - Stunning drive from 9th to 2nd

3. Lulu - Absolutely no doubt that he is the best in F1 at going BACKWARDS!

Oh fanboys after all your foolish squeaking yesterday you really deserved to watch your little hero get spanked by the real F1 stars today. I hope you enjoyed the race as much as me!!

FernandotheFrustrated

August 25, 2013 2:53 PM

recalling sir stirling moss earlier statement that vettel is to driving what newey is to designing racing cars. . . he could be right. the red bull was the quickest car through the speed trap on the exit of eau rouge, a nice strategy in hindesight. red bull have a possible 'god of racing' in the car and one designing the car. god forbid they get another. mark webber should be remembered for having a team mate who was an irresistable phenonena :-)

Chris1980

August 25, 2013 2:56 PM

Great drive by all three. Well earned win by Vettel, extending the gap throughout, excellent drive by Alonso to haul the Ferrari up to second and as for Hamilton, for someone who couldn't find the balance all weekend, he did a great job in getting the final step on the podium.
Just a shame we didn't get any rain to mix it up a bit.

joat

August 25, 2013 2:57 PM

The great classic track was good (if not brilliant) - pity the weather 'mix' was missing to liven up the 'race'. As for the race itself, another example of modern stuff that lacks soul and character. And that "interview" with Coulthard on the podium!

Doo

August 25, 2013 2:58 PM

Funny how some people in here who obsessively complain about LH fans being biased...are as biased as the worst LH fanboy.

you would think they will notice the fact (with their years of following F1) that Mercedes was far slower than the Red Bull/Ferrari in the hands of their top drivers.

Hating/loving something or someone too much- what a terrible disease!

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