F1 » Vettel: It was a great strategy

Sebastian Vettel admits that being able to keep to a two-stop strategy was the key to winning the Japanese Grand Prix.

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October 16, 2013 10:09 PM

@taipan...my words are no more drivel than yours.
Horner has commented only on how Webber shot his rear tyreson the first stint. He fails to mention that Webber looked after his second set well enough to have done up to 8 laps more, but THE TEAM called him in early telling him he could still win, and he did not agree with this at the time.
I find it strange that having spoken to 3 team managers, they all state that two stops was the fastest strategy. They must all be wrong then too huh?

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