Red Bull 1&2, great stuff for Webber to grab second but Vettel is a superb driver.
Ferrari's worst start since 81. Good job.
Reckon Vettel will be a World Champ soon.
Kovi finally finishes a bloody race too, get rid of the ****-wit.
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Looking like Button might take this one out. Toyota looked to on the pace all weekend but have dropped off a bit in the race. Hamilton just about hanging in there again.
Trulli might have a crack the last 10 laps or so though.
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pffffffff English media, will probably be three or four of these stories every season for Hamilton's career.
Thought that was an ok race for a track with only 2 places to overtake, the KERS thing will prove it's worth on these tracks. For the first time in his career I think Webber could maybe win the title, weird but good season thus far.
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Ferrari threatens to quite over budget cap plans
Heh, if that isn't a tacit admission that they can only win by outspending everyone then I don't know what is. Wouldn't mind seeing how it goes for a couple of seasons.
Although I hope it's the threat of a two-tier championship is what is getting everyone's fannie sandy rather than the cap advantages.
Yeah I had a bit of a chuckle at it really. Probs wouldn't hurt them to actually spend a bit of $$$ on making sure their car is right for next season, as opposed to solely focusing on the current one, which is what seems to have happened with both Ferrari & McLaren last year.
I like bth ideas tbh, the cap stops those teams with a massive cash advantage (Ferrari, Renault, Toyota and McLaren) just buying a title. And it will result in more stability overall.
A two tier championship (if I have the idea right) is also a great plan. Make two seperate classes and have them compete for seperate championships, like the Le Mans series. Have a $150m cap for the top tier competition with ten cars and a second tier with a $75m cap and ten cars.
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