F1 » Business as usual for Vettel at Monza

It was as close as you could get to an average day at the office, as an untroubled victory in Monza continued Sebastian Vettel's seemingly unstoppable march to a fourth world title.

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September 08, 2013 4:20 PM

I'm not a booing type, but I'm annoyed and upset with this charade. I pray Alonso or Hamilton to put an end to this very soon.

Well, I enjoyed MotoGP Silverstone Qp/race thoroughly. It simply rocks! :)


September 08, 2013 6:17 PM

F1 has been turned into the most boring form of motorsport on the planet. I laugh at the media hype, claiming week after week, how exciting the races have been!? There is no incentive and no excitement left in F1 to justify spending two hours watching a boring repetitive parade in which overtaking on the track has taken a third seat to lame pit stop strategy. The FIA and the gnome cashed in but the majority of teams cant even pay their bills. rip F1.


September 08, 2013 7:43 PM

Rules have nothing to do with parity, fairness and equality are ideas which do not exist in reality. Don't they have the biggest budget too?

If you want a spectacle put in a system for weight penalties, it doesnt matter what rules you put in, even in a tightly controlled communist totalitarian fascist regime there will always be winners and losers, life isn't fair, time to grow up.


September 08, 2013 8:30 PM

You can tell when the TV companies think that the race is a forgone conclusion is when Vettel gets more than 5 seconds ahead of his competitors they only mention as an afterthought that he is still in the lead and concentrate all their efforts on the mid-race tussles that do actually provide entertainment. Its not the fault of Vettel that this is the case when the other teams have to deal with the genius that is Adrian Newey.
Hopefully next year will be much more interesting at the front of the field.
Finally it was really great to see the legend that is John Surtees. That made my day.

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