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November 19, 2013 9:16 AM

F1 » Magic eighth win for Vettel with victory in Texas

Vettel is simply showing that as a racing driver, he is maturing more with each race. Yes I guess his engineer gets a bit twitchy when he ignores him as he wants the fastest lap (stats man, stats!) but there is no denying his class at the minute... Ok so the Red Bull is the fatsest car now, but he still has to perform. NigolT, I guess you have been on the Xbox recently?? I believe there is a little more to racing and constantly winning in an F1 car than just pushing a few buttons... Ask Button!


October 06, 2013 9:03 AM

F1 » Korean Grand Prix, Yeongam – Race results

Rou, I think you will find that only three drivers were in front of Hulkenburg in the Sauber! Surely we could either call everyone behind him over-rated/over-hyped, or simply accept the fact that Hulk drove superbly... Vettel peerless again, good job by the two Lotus', and Webber would have been well up there if not for his lack of luck. RedBull not the fastest car? Yeah, right...


April 14, 2013 9:43 PM

F1 » F1 China 2013: Alonso master of strategies in Shanghai

@ Jim Crint - Yes it is disappointing to see a driver going backwards, but if he loses to the better driver on the day (and Raikkonen was the better driver of the two today, even with a damaged nose) then fair enough. As I said previously, the four driver I mentioned I thought were most worthy of praise today. Not to take anything away from any of the others. The tyre situation is crazy, and I think all of us agree on that. But as we know, it's the FIA's specs that Pirelli make them to.


April 14, 2013 7:39 PM

F1 » F1 China 2013: Alonso master of strategies in Shanghai

@ Chris - I didn't say a two-stopper was the end of the world, and I also said Button did well in the McLaren to finish 5th. @ Jim Crint - Are you saying that Hamilton would not have taken a bit of self satisfaction at overtaking his former team mate twice? Especially when everyone seemed to think it would be the complete opposite with the pace of the cars before the season started, me included. Raikkonen and Hamilton having a battle for pretty much the whole race (which Raikkonen became the victor of) got my juices flowing, and Vettel using his soft tyres to the max at the end of the race. Alonso drove brilliantly throughout too. So bearing in mind my lack of praise of Button apparently makes me a 'hater', does this mean your remark about Hamilton starting on pole and finishing third mean you're a Hamilton 'hater'?

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