F1 » Vettel hits new heights with four-in-a-row

Sebastian Vettel continued to be unstoppable in a Grand Prix, the Red Bull once again leading every lap to cruise home to victory ahead of Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber.

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FreeJack - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 11:13 PM

I still believe that Vettel's ability to pull away from Webber at the start is partially due to the difference in the two drivers' weight. Webber can qualify within hundredths of a second to Vettel and yet at the start of a race, Vettel can gain over one second on him in half a lap and keep increasing the gap? Webber generally does the same to the guys behind him, but I think a combination of Webber's weight and the clean, open air in front of Vettel make it look like Vettel has some sort of secret turbo button in his car.

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