F1 » F1 2013 POLL: Who stood out at Suzuka?

Sebastian Vettel won again, but was the German's tactical performance in the Japanese Grand Prix the one that stood out for you?

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October 14, 2013 9:19 AM

Massa, not especially for his driving performance although it wasn't bad but for ignoring Ferrari team orders :)

Great drive by Grosjean, car had no top speed and he was a sitting duck.


October 14, 2013 10:43 AM
Last Edited 935 days ago

"He was hapless anyway against cars with TC"

Oh dear :rolleyes:

Does the Sauber have traction control then? their traction is as good as any car on the circuit. it's also funny that the two cars with traction control had the worst starts of the front runners.


October 14, 2013 10:52 AM
Last Edited 935 days ago

Yeah John i'm with you there. When I saw the results I was very confused. I really don't know why Raikkonen is in the lead, I think that he just has a massive amount of supporters. He would be voted driver of the day even if he retired.

Grosjean is my driver of the day simply because he drove like a legend, and finished higher than his teammate. When you compare Grosjeans start this year to his start 12 months ago, I think he has proved to everybody that he has great potential.

@Thepain I hope you are being sarcastic. If not, then I don't know what you are going on about. In the last part of the race where Webber was trying to get past Grosjean, coming out of the chicane the Lotus had much better traction. So it's either that Webber forgot to turn his traction control on, OR that the Redbulls don't have traction control at all. . .

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