F1 » Vettel surprised by pole margin

Sebastian Vettel says he is surprised to end up six tenths clear of the rest in qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix

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November 23, 2013 9:49 PM

It's called traction control Vettel did you forget about that this is why every time Marks KERS fails you get pole..by a second in wet weather. Ok maybe you have it set up for full rain, so if it is dry tomorrow you should fall back the same way the Hulk did last year. Funny your car doesn't spin out in the paint even if you put four tires on it...Riccardo will have the same thing happen to him next year....No not a hater..just facts...deal with it..Win at all costs, have a good one JR.


November 24, 2013 7:28 AM

Vettel just too good for everyone else. Rain or shine, it makes no difference to him. He would have got pole in pretty much any of the top 4 or 5 cars.
And hes getting better - very scarey for the others.


November 24, 2013 9:44 AM

Paddy, What are you going on about now?

Computerised accelerator pedal, do you mean fly by wire or do you mean controlled by a computer in Milton Keynes?

Oh and peddle means to try and sell something and Adrian's name is Newey.


November 24, 2013 1:23 PM

That Hadrian Newey is brilliant. Builds a wall to keep out the Scots and then goes and makes a car with a secret XBox inside which is controlled by a 12 year old boy, high on energy drinks, in Milton Keynes. Next year they will have completed the laying of slots in all tracks (a la Scalextric) and will be set for yet another winning championship. Those dumb scrutineers will never find out....

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