F1 » F1 2013 POLL: Who was the star of Singapore?


Sebastian Vettel may have won - again - but was the real light of the Singapore Grand Prix buried in the chasing pack? To have your say, CLICK HERE...

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Taz

September 23, 2013 8:49 AM

Where's the poll?

The link just takes you to a picture.

Probably Kimi as it was a strong drive considering he's not 100% and it's a physically demanding track. If he'd pulled of 3rd place I'd have said Button.

Objective

September 23, 2013 9:07 AM

Kimi has a big lead in the poll over Alonso and Vettel. I gave my vote for Kimi. He did an incredible job to make the two stop strategy work and overtaking more cars than anyone else on such a demanding track.

107SS2009

September 23, 2013 9:19 AM

Yes, Vettel aside Kimi takes drive of the day and yes without the safety car which did not matter at all, the race would have been won by one of the biggest margins of all the modern F1 RACES.

Murhp64

September 23, 2013 9:58 AM

Yes agree Kimi & Alonso drove well but safety car helped Kimi a lot. Which is good for him.

Vettel driver of the day, I know lots may not agree but how fast does he have to go for people to respect his driving ability, if not for the safety car he my of lapped up to top five.

joat

September 23, 2013 11:32 AM

Without a doubt, Webber for the entertainment in the end, his car blowing up spectacularly, then 'hitching a ride' on Alonso's Ferrari back to the pits! Only great pity was the stupid and needless penalty handed down on him. Lets not forget Alonso.

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