F1 » Hamilton eases to dominant Sepang victory

Lewis Hamilton led home Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel in a dominant Mercedes win at the Malaysian Grand Prix

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March 30, 2014 11:08 AM
Last Edited 761 days ago

Perhaps, RB will get there (and I do hope they will) as Vettel has said, yet if that will take longer than the next 2 races, it will be probably not enough to cut the gap, unexpected excluded.


March 30, 2014 11:10 AM
Last Edited 66 days ago

Think what you want of Lewis but it was impressive to see him increase his lead throughout the race while saving more fuel than the other front runners.

Good job for RB, would not have put money on them finishing on the podium this early considering their testing form. Such a shame for DR though.

Finally it's always good to see Hulk perform strongly, hoping he's in a championship contending team soon...


March 30, 2014 12:09 PM

Gaz327: Great win for lewis. Are we ever going to see tight, exiting and close racing for the lead again!!

Well if Nico gets his act together we might, 17.3 secs is just to big a gap between two top drivers who are both driving the same dominant car. I cant see Lewis letting Nico getting that sort of a gap if positions were reversed.


March 30, 2014 12:28 PM

because Mercedes has such a lead, they can pretty much manage their drivers how ever they want and still take the constructors. I just hope both drivers get equal treatment at least 90% of the time. Although in the past, in F1, and in other classes of racing, one guy usually gets the better end of the stick in these kinds of conditions, hope Mercedes does right by both drivers.


March 30, 2014 1:59 PM
Last Edited 760 days ago

Good drive by Hamilton but a boring race, last year the one minute skip button got some batterings, same again with different regs....and less noise to keep you awake. Hopefully the btcc races will be more interesting.

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