F1 » Rivals unable to match Vettel's pole position pace

Sebastian Vettel looked in complete control of proceedings in Singapore as he cruised to pole position for Sunday's GP, laying an early challenge to his rivals to beat his blistering Q3 pace.

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September 21, 2013 5:00 PM

The Vettel, Newey, Horner triumverate is, at the moment, the perfect match. We saw it before with Schumacher, Byrne and Brawn and look how that ended up!

The RB9 suits Vettel and Vettel suits the RB9. Anyone else in it would not suit as perfectly so all the ifs and buts are meaningless.

And the race could well be a yawn fest with Vettel zooming off from the start but is it his fault that the team have built a brilliant car that suits him so well?
Should RBR aspire to build a car like the Marussia instead?


September 21, 2013 5:17 PM

that finger - shivers down my spine every time i have to see him do that.

there were some decent overtaking manoevres in gp2 so even if vettel just buzzes from pole to chequered there may be interesting stuff going on behind him.

kudo's to the director for showing lots of onboard images.

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