F1 » Heckling sours Vettel's moment of glory in Monza


As they so often do, the Tifosi made their feelings known loud and clear at the end of the Italian Grand Prix. And it wasn't a very pleasant or comfortable experience for the race winner.

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MikeLite

September 09, 2013 5:19 PM

JJJ

I thought your previous comment was fine, Definitely seen a lot worse on here some of the stuff written about Hamilton and Button is awful.

Sssshh " I think the moderator is a Vettel Fanboy when this post vanishes also it will prove it!! "

general

September 09, 2013 5:59 PM

I think the tifosi should be booing they team because they did everything wrong for that gran prix ferrari have to stop playing politic you have the top driver and using another driver to assist him they team want over hauling a proper shake up starting with the team principal

general

September 09, 2013 5:59 PM

I think the tifosi should be booing they team because they did everything wrong for that gran prix ferrari have to stop playing politic you have the top driver and using another driver to assist him they team want over hauling a proper shake up starting with the team principal

general

September 09, 2013 6:00 PM

I think the tifosi should be booing they team because they did everything wrong for that gran prix ferrari have to stop playing politic you have the top driver and using another driver to assist him they team want over hauling a proper shake up starting with the team principal

general

September 09, 2013 6:02 PM

I think the tifosi should be booing they team because they did everything wrong for that gran prix ferrari have to stop playing politic you have the top driver and using another driver to assist him they team want over hauling a proper shake up starting with the team principal

Matafuko

September 09, 2013 6:02 PM

@MikeLite: Maybe your eyes are deceiving you, maybe you're just a master troll but look at the link I posted. It's Seb's trademark '1st' finger he holds up, not his middle.

i.snag.gy/njJQP.jpg

I'm not an Alonso or Vettel fan so I have no favouritism.

Texas Roadhouse

September 09, 2013 6:08 PM

Whilst I suspect some of the crowd reaction was related to the Malaysia incident, booing has no place in sport.

In fact, a far more effective tactic is to be completely silent - impossible, I know, with such a crowd on Sunday, but had that occurred, there's no way he could have laughed it off.

akaadu

September 09, 2013 6:25 PM

@Richard
Custom dictates that in Italy,you don't stick your middle finger out to indicate any other thing than F you.It was plain and simple he wanted to irk the Tifosi for the good.Dont hold briief for someone out of ignorance.

akaadu

September 09, 2013 6:26 PM

@Richard
Custom dictates that in Italy,you don't stick your middle finger out to indicate any other thing than F you.It was plain and simple he wanted to irk the Tifosi for the good.Dont hold briief for someone out of ignorance.

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