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November 25, 2013 12:01 AM

F1 » Hamilton baffled by penalty call

if you look prior to the accident we saw Vettel being passed twice as the guys on fesher rubber were unlapping themselves. Hamilton at the time was lapping the faster out of the top four and gaining on fernando, along comes Bottas clearly faster than hamilton and rather than let him go, Hamilton defends his position, why totally stupid as defending was gonna cost him time. if he had let bottas go he could have easily have finish third. it was clearly coming together after a dodgy start. But this error similair to the coming together with Maldonado at Valencia, defending aganist a faster car cost him points that day, clearly suffering from the racing instincts he has. i have said this for ages, he needs a wilco zeelenberg that has guided Lorenzo to the great racer he has become. also his pit could have told him about bottas being quicker, but with all the back chat on the radio of late, who would want to pass on advice to get an ear full from that twit.


October 13, 2013 8:11 PM

F1 » Webber surprised by change of strategy

Its a certainty that RBR used Webber to get Grosjean in early to avoid being undercut, whilst Vettel hung back to conserve tyres, becasue Webber pitted early therefore grosjean had to pit earlier than normal so that he could stay in the lead, he was still doing green sectors. it was a cunning plan to play webber against grosjean like this, whilst lurking in the wings (no pun intended) was Vettel to scoop up and just to make sure, they brought in Webber for tyres while he was still stretching a lead over vettel. Honestly RBR are crooks. Its time for Racers to take a more active role in their tyre management, we saw in Korea how Mercedes left Hamilton out for 6 laps to long.

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