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Post by TopContender on Fri Apr 12 2013, 02:18

Well Vettel's tune has now changed. Now he says that he he didn't understand the Multi 2-1 comment, and even if he did he would have ignored it. Well kid get ready to loose all that good will because gutting a teammate who did no wrong will only end in disaster. Hopefully Webber goes to Ferrari next year and goes out every race to piss Vettel's off.
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Post by PLAYLIFE on Sun Apr 14 2013, 06:35

Vettel put himself in a silly situation, he should have just come out and said what he thought from the beginning instead of trying to play the PR game.

Webber doesn't have that much to b1tch about since he has not played the team game before, so in my opinion it's tit for tat.

Now we have the situation we probably all wanted, no team orders at RBR. However with them not looking like runaway winners (just yet), this may just fade away into the background whilst we watch the Merc v Lotus v Ferrari battle.
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Post by Gelert on Sun Apr 14 2013, 14:24

Webber's really upset someone!
Under-fuelled; wheel-nut lost; 3-place Grid Penalty for the next race...
No wonder he's rumoured to be off to Porsche in 2014.

Great race though - thoroughly enjoyed that one.
My attitude to Ferrari & Nando has thawed over the past couple of seasons, in direct correlation with my increased hatred of RBR & Finger-Boy.
So today's result was most welcome.

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Post by glendo on Sun Apr 14 2013, 15:50

RBR will lean in SV's favour; 3 WDC's to MW's none...
- Mark is at the end of his career
- Mark famously doesnt get along with his teammates (Klien is the first one i remember he clashed with)

It's wrong, but sadly that's the way it goes...

way to go Ricciardo!

2013 so far:
- MW retires
- i have Kimi off to RBR Next year at the moment.
- Kobayashi will be back next year. all these paid amateurs have been lame this year, Williams and Sauber are suffering because they ditched talent for $$$$
- Ricciardo will get a drive in a new team
- Massa is safe at the moment
- Perez better improve or he is gone (big disappointment atm)
- Bernie will still be screwing F1
- Qualy is dead because everyone wants to keep their mediums for the race.
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Post by eso on Sun Apr 14 2013, 22:16

Good race.

Doesn't it seem like Kimi really wants this now? He's more fit and working very hard. Interesting that Lotus claims his front end damage cost him .25sec/lap, implying that he could have really been in the hunt.

Yes, the tire situation needs to be sorted out so the qualifying and races can both be a good show.

glendo wrote:i have Kimi off to RBR Next year at the moment.

That could be some fireworks, although if he stays hungry I think Kimi could make a meal out of Seb. He's been pulling some great passing moves and the rally time seems to have given him and edge in off-line situations.


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