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POLL: Is 2011 F1 title race really over?

Is Sebastian Vettel already out of reach of his rivals with more than half the 2011 F1 campaign to run?
Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso and, to a lesser extent, Jenson Button have all effectively conceded that their F1 title ambitions are over for another year, but is it too early to be handing Sebastian Vettel a second crown?

Theoretically there are still plenty of points on the table, with eleven rounds still to run, but is Vettel's current dominance putting an end to the championship tension?

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