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post #1 of 7 Old 10-30-2011, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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well gentlemen,,a happy sunday to all,, it was another day at the office for S. Vettle,,and Red Bull Racing...not only did he win the inaugural race in India from pole,,,he re-set the record for most laps lead in a season,,previously held by Nigel Mansell,,,whos record stood for 19 years,,starting in 1992,,,Vettle also pulled off the hat trick by stealing fastest lap of the race ,,from Webber,,,on the very last lap,,,this guy is absolutely unstoppable..Im also very happy to say,,that J.Button took a commanding second place,,and has become the only driver this season,,in my opinion,,to take the fight to Vettle,,and its looking like my favorite driver is going to take second ,,in the drivers championship,,,!!!...Massa and Hamilton,,also colided once again,,,with Massa recieving a drive through penalty..as well as my second favorite driver,,Alonso,,taking third place for the Scuderia,,,two races left,,Brett
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You know... I don't like Hamilton. I get the whole its racing and all but it almost seems as though he goes out of his way to hit Massa. Plus he sort of robbed Massa from his moment of glory a couple years back with the championship.... I'm sort of sick of Vettel too come to think of it. LOL.

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i have to agree with you with respects to Hamilton,,,and as far as Vettle goes,,,he has now won it 2 times,,so i hope we dont see many more years of total dominence,,,in the same way we did with Schuey in the Ferrari years...i myself ,,,since the begining of the season,,have thought about 2011 as a race to see who was going to be second in the drivers championship...i was not suprised about Red Bulls success,,,2011 ,,to me,,,was a continuence of 2010...and to tell you the truth,,,the other top teams have not done enough to show me that they have what it takes to beat Red Bull next year...but we shall see,,,thanks for your reply Barcheta..Brett

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What an incredibly boring race. Over after the 1st corner.
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What an incredibly boring race. Over after the 1st corner.
It's been like that for the entire season for me. From the beginning you know the ending, Vettel's going to dominate the entire race. It's crazy how all the other great drivers like Alonso and Button usually finish within a second or two of each other and Vettel has a 15 second lead.

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Schumacher did the exact same thing... When you're leading it's easier to spit out fast laps without having to worry about getting caught up in traffic or actually racing someone who's as good as you are. Don't get me wrong Vettel is an amazing driver who makes it look much easier than it is. BUT all the real racing is going on behind him.

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I think it has something to do with the Drs system too. Red Bull has just pulled it off more effectively. They banned it for two races and Ferrari and Mclaren won. Then when Mclaren copied their system they started getting competitive again. I hope on next year's Ferrari they will figure it out so my favorite, Alonso, will be back on top.

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