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Well one thing's certain, it wasn't boring. Partisan fans are back to complaining about who did what to whom, who should have done this and who shouldn't have done that. No one, as far as I can see, is moaning about DRS, anodyne sounding engines or processional GP's, and that's a good thing. F1 has its mojo back...
Very immature response from SV - He knew exactly what he was doing, the right thing would have been to given LH track position and they retake if he could. Another mistake under pressure and tries to defend cutting the passing driver up. If roles were reversed he would have reacted over the radio. I should expect more from a world champion - Guess not - He needs to wake up and smell the roses.
Its funny really, everyone forgets that Vettel is the first one on the radio trying to get people penalised for holding him up.. Never liked the snivelling fool.. Doesnt help that most hate Hamilton casue they are jealous of his clear talent and success..Jolyon Palmer got it spot on.
What happened to incidences being investigated after a race? I would have thought that would've been a better way of dealing with this utter mess.
The reality is if Vettel was the fastest driver Hamilton would not have caught him and pressured him. He is simply not good enough to beat Hamilton ( and he is a Whinger)
Vettel, grow up child !
@887. "What would people be saysing if Hamilton had ended up in a mess against the wall."We'd be saying "tough luck, racing incident".
Have a sook vettelCry baby ..
I realise the adrenalin is running high directly after the race, however, I thought SVs post race antics, -Not parking in parc ferme next to the winning car-Storming off & then returning-Placing the second-placed board in front of Hamilton’s Mercedes..were all very juvenile. These sort of antics bring the sport into disrepute. There will probably be a fine issued to rub salt in the wound.
SV has always been a poor loser, apart from when Red Bull were way ahead of any other team, yet he still managed to stick his bottom lip out on a regular basis then, due to the reasonable challenges that no. 2 Webber made, even though the team ensured that Vettel won the championship.An immature cry-baby, and always has been. Might grow up one day...
SV's driving at turn 3- 4 looked a little Schumacher'ish', however, it was a narrower part of the track. The penalty may have been harsh, but SV lost control due to the pressure being applied by LH. Taking the rules at their word it was going to result in a penalty based upon the MV incident in the Japanese GP. Surely SV would have cried foul & taken the win if the roles had been reversed?
The sport SV fell in love with was the one when he had a dominate Red Bull car, ingored team orders (multi 21) and was only able to win from the front in clear air / no traffic / less wheel to wheel action. Doubt he'll win another WDC.
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