Listed below are comments made by Rarehero between Sunday, 16th October 2011 and Friday, 24th May 2013.
it is very simple there are no grey lines vettel is simply wining due to his superior car simple as that, yes his got talent you cant deny that but the simple reason is his got a much superior car, sadly i think RBR will dominate next year too..
To be honest were Vettel in the same situation I could see him coming into the same problems.
"I still think I am the best.
But if you ask any of them I am sure they would all say Fernando Alonso is the best driver.
When Vettel is under pressure, we will see what he is really about as its only in adversity that a person's true character is revealed.
it is great to see hamilton on the up,but vettel would of coasted to the win,hamilton couldnt realy lose alonso until they put the mediums on
There has to be some sense in here, else whenever someone is alongside another driver, they could always drive into them because "it was on the racing line". Typically what you would see happening is Massa conceding that corner to see if he can get a better drive out for the next corner.
After recently watching the film about Ayrton Senna, one thing that he said springs to mind. He said "if you no longer go for a gap, your no longer a racing driver". Hamilton went for an obvious gap!!!
In F1, too much of an advantage can be had with a car which takes away from the skill of drivers. I will start watching F1 again when teams are on a very level playing field, where teams strategy and tweaking makes a difference (not just wet weather races) and true driver skill can provail.