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Discussion in 'Motorsport' started by lbsf1, Apr 9, 2013.
He was on softs, probably just wanting to get them out of the way.
Hmm, I waited all my life to be an F1 racer and I have to ask the team if we want to race, while racing in a race. It's a team sport, so maybe what ever team wins, both drivers should get a trophy.
Late to the show, damn internets, but a good race from just lap 31.
And now it is Hamilton that's reeling in Alonso.
Vettel is coming on strong.
Good stop for Hamilton.
Raikonnen gets past Hamilton by pitting earlier.
Hamilton does a 1:40.284, great lap! I hope he finishes better than 5th.
Hamilton catching Raikkonen...
It's hard race to follow here, everyone is on different strategies! I have Alonso to win, with Hamilton and Kimi battling for 2nd and 3rd. Then Vettel, Button...
1 - Alonso
2 - Hamilton
3 - Raikkonen
4 - Vettel
5 - Button
Alonso must be getting tired of passing Vettel in this race...
Come on Alo.!
EDIT: Don't think he'll win though.
Unless he cocks up somewhere I don't see how he won't win.
"Im not pushing"
The stewards will be busy after the race with all those investigations!...could be a few penalties to come...
Might be wrong, but I have a feeling he will. Hope I'm wrong.
What are Red Bull playing at? They should have brought Vettel in by now.
Vettel should have been in two laps ago. Not now.
Will be funny to see this race end with the exact three drivers that started in the top three finish in the top three.
Vettel might make into podium, M, M, M then S tire, different tire strategy than most of the top 10 drivers.
Uncharecteristic bad strategy by Redbull... Raikkonen v Hamilton..again!
Well I'll be damned, Vettel might actually pull this off.
Edit: Here he comes. He's got it.
Vettel is so close!
Payback for Austin?
Edit: No... Not quite.
Thank **** for that! So close, too close!
Well, I'm wrong. Good for Alonso. Great race all around.
i wanted Kimi, but this is fine
Wow, I thought Sebastian had Hamilton at the rate he was closing in, good finish.
Congrats to Alonso! great strategy by Ferrari!