F1 » Italian Grand Prix, Monza - Saturday free practice


Sebastian Vettel continues to tighten grip on the Italian Grand Prix weekend, topping final free practice ahead of Ferrari's Fernando Alonso.

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Taipan

September 07, 2013 11:18 AM

Force India slower than Sauber and Williams

Lotus slower than STR and McLaren

strange.

Also strange that for the last 3 seasons the majority of Merc's reliability issues landed on Schumacher's car and now it's switched to Rosberg's car.

hiroshi

September 07, 2013 11:59 AM

But isn't that that same situation for webber at rb? Nothing but car trouble for the one driver. I don't believe a team would sabotage a chance of having both cars getting as many points as possible, thats were the team makes their money

Taipan

September 07, 2013 12:31 PM

Hiroshi, my point is not that the lions share of reliability issues land with one driver, that often happens but to switch so clearly from one car to the other seems odd. Do you think Webber's reliability issues will switch to Vettel's car next season after Ricciardo arrives? Nope neither do I.
I'm certainly not saying that it's sabotage maybe just slightly less commitment towards perfection on the "second" car.

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