F1 » Vettel dazzles under the lights at Singapore


An unassailable Sebastian Vettel left the rest of the field grasping at shadows under the floodlights in Singapore, but a safety car and divergent pit strategies led to an exciting finish further back.

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Jim Clausen

September 22, 2013 5:01 PM

What you saw today was perfection. Best car driven by one of the best drivers scoring a triple. Pole, fast lap, leading every lap of the race. It doesn't get any better.

I would have liked to see Vettel go to Ferrari, just to see how good he really is.

tomcol

September 22, 2013 6:36 PM

Vettel simply too good for the others at the moment. Pulling out that massive gap was pretty awesome. He does what he needs to do.
Alonso confirmed himself as the second best driver in F1 currently.
Hamilton 5th or 6th best - At least that shows consistency over the time hes been in F1

Wiseguy

September 22, 2013 6:39 PM

There is no way that Vettel can be 2.5 to 3.0 seconds per lap quicker than Alonso, Rosberg and the rest including his own team mate. There has to be something to do with his car. He is human after all. Time to have a good look under the hood!
Once more Alonso has outperformed his car and has to be the outstanding driver of 2013 closely followed by Raikoneb.

richard

September 22, 2013 6:59 PM

wiseguy. yes, vettel is using a v10 engine of 3.5l. and the scruitineers are so poor that they haven't noticed the difference :D

seriously, can you not just give credit to a person who is on top of his game?

general

September 22, 2013 7:08 PM

Would i be hearing this if Alonza and Ferrari were winning the point you,ll are missing as Hamilton say redbull don,t build cars and it says alot when redbull beating manufactors it means they know how to package their goods. And next year it will be the same because none of them can,t build a V6 to beat renault period

Wiseguy

September 22, 2013 7:13 PM

Even Senna could not be that much quicker in his day. Get real Richard.
Red Bull is not excatly squeaky clean and/or have found something the not even Webber is entitled to benefit from. And yes, I believe that the scrutineers are often duped by the smart teams i.e. Benetton in the Shumi days.

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