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Personally, I enjoyed the fact that there was some proper racing action for once. It was exciting and surely is what racing is all about? The fact that Vettel muscled his way through and Webber did his best to keep the German at bay, was great, if only Rosberg ran his race the same way, what a Malaysian Grand Prix it would have been.
We dont go karting with friends and team mates to follow them around, we go karting to race, to get the satisfaction and glory of ending up in front and on the top step. Why can't F1 embrace what is essentially the fundamentals of racing, especially when we as present and future racers, learn our craft on the karting circuit.
We dont watch F1 because we want a predictable outcome. Last season and hopefully the rest of this season will be unpredictable and throw some surprises our way and make the viewing experience truly entertaining.