F1 » Vettel: It was a great strategy


Sebastian Vettel admits that being able to keep to a two-stop strategy was the key to winning the Japanese Grand Prix.

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limbus

October 13, 2013 1:53 PM

Why is strategie so important when you have a car that is capable of running the same pace with 18 laps old tires as Grosjean's car with new tires. As for poor Webber, he woul be pitted once more if needed.

SilveryBlack

October 13, 2013 7:58 PM

The most unwelcome driver within his own team since FA at McLaren, I just didn't see the need for the third pit stop for MW, and that his soft tyre performance fell away after he came up against Grosjean, even if he had got past Grosjean when he came up to him it would have been Multi 12.

Oldnail

October 13, 2013 8:35 PM

Of course it was Sebby, Mark was faster and in front and the strategy miraculously meant you had one less pit stop in an identical car with identical tyres.. Ricciardo is going to be nothing but a whipping boy for the finger. It's about time some one in formula one put up a little competition to redbull. It is boring , but only in that no one else is good enough..

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