F1 » Vettel ‘never wasted thought’ on Brazil controversy

Sebastian Vettel claims that he was unmoved by the suggestion he had made a mistake in the Brazilian GP that could have resulted in his third world title going elsewhere.

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carinni - Unregistered

December 23, 2012 9:08 AM

richard, i think the rule has stated clearly( further clarified the first quarter) once the tracing car's front has entered your rear wheel line, u have to leave enough space, even u are still ahead. Thats y vettel was penalized by forcing alonso out to turf st monza. So now evrn Vettel was always ahead of Senna, but Senna has entered into his rear wheel line for a very long periof of time, so the agrument point is not whether Vettel is ahead of hime or not. it was for sure Vettel was ahead, but he still had to leave space for Senns i think.

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