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Sebastian Vettel crushes the field to claim wet weather pole position for season-ending Brazilian Grand Prix.

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tomcol

November 23, 2013 5:51 PM

SV in a different league to all the others. ..".Oh well he has got the best car and RBR find loopholes and cheat the rules" etc etc. Bullsh.t. No one else anywhere near him. Not even in the rain which levels the playing field.

MaddMe

November 23, 2013 6:21 PM

It really bugs me reading all the negative SV comments, especially the anyone can win in a Red Bull... Without doubt he has managed to prove time and time again that he does have real skill, this qualification shows it. You can see it in his eyes, his 100% focus and determination, that many other drivers do not have...

I would like to have seen RG hold his first top spot, but, I am certain we will start to see him start winning races soon. He is one of the few drivers who appears to be hungry for a championship and will push himself to the limit (and beyond s we saw last season). He definitely is showing signs of maturing into a formidable race driver...

xoxog

November 23, 2013 6:49 PM

nh vb hk all had good dry practice times to bad it rained. sv is incredible but must admit that despite all his talent i'm starting to get bored hearing about him but imho next season might well see closer races and a change in the top five. rg will be a treat to watch if lotus gets it right with next years car. watch out for the young- guns! see ya next year.

Murhp64

November 23, 2013 6:53 PM

Murhp64
November 23, 2013 6:47 PM
I think this just shows how good Seb is in all conditions, look where his team mate was??

Isn't there some one eyed Brit commentators that think the sun shines out of Hamiltons ar*e thinking he would be on pole for certain & discounting Rosburg, ( beaten by the Germans again, lol )

107SS2009

November 23, 2013 7:17 PM

Genuine and true F1 followers will never get bored following/watching F1 even if the driver/team they support is not winning, it is only those that are infected by fanboyism that tends to bore out when the driver/team they support is not winning.

Taipan

November 23, 2013 8:54 PM

Sunny One of the BBC team (DC I think) said that very thing today. Anyone who finds it boring is not an F1 fan but just a fan of an individual, but we've known that for some time.

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