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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September 10, 2013 6:18 AM

Taz, I went back and read my posts and am now assuming that you meant my latest posts are those that were making less sense, so I am taking it that you are one of those that are sure what a driver can do with a different car other than that he is driving, I am not convinced that your reasoning makes more sense than mine, a small example is Lulu couldn't get used to the brakes on his new car (in his own words loosing time) while the other driver/s never complained about the brakes, a driver no matter how good he is will still have to adapt and gel with a new car and there is no guaranty that he will do, nevertheless I can understand were you coming from, were your heart beat is, another thing is I prefer my hi-spin to bear.

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