F1, today's race.

  rdave13 14:29 14 Sep 2008
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Thoroughly enjoyed it. Wonder if F1 racing is getting back to being exiting again? Well done Vettel.

  rdave13 14:31 14 Sep 2008

Exiting = exciting .. ahem.

  russmini 14:44 14 Sep 2008

Yes was a Good Race.

'Funny' to see all the Overtakes and then Subsequent letting other Driver back Past until 2 Corners later because of what happened Last Week...

As said by one of the Commentators...

When will these Laws and Judgements be Set Properly and Not altered all the time...

  Si_L 15:22 14 Sep 2008

Good to see a driver who isn't in a Ferrari or McLaren take pole and the win. First time its happened all season.

  Coffee Adict 18:26 14 Sep 2008

I enjoyed to-days race, the next in Singapore should be interesting, under floodlights and with a strong possibility of rain.

  Kemistri 18:56 14 Sep 2008

"Good to see a driver who isn't in a Ferrari or McLaren take pole and the win. First time its happened all season."

At the same venue, yes, but Robert Kubica was on pole at Sakhir and won in Montreal. Today's result made three first-time GP winners in one year, which is exceptional enough, but they were all on the podium together as well.

  Si_L 19:28 14 Sep 2008

To be fair, out of all the other constuctors, BMW are most likely to break into the top two's dominance, so to do it in a Toro Rosso is amazing.

  Kemistri 21:16 14 Sep 2008

Si_L, you might have missed my point or inferred a view that was not expressed. It certainly was an exceptional drive from the top draw. Arguably even better than Kubica's win in Canada and comparable to Hamilton's drive at Silverstone.

  Si_L 23:13 14 Sep 2008

"Arguably even better than Kubica's win in Canada and comparable to Hamilton's drive at Silverstone."

Agreed.

  egapup 10:31 15 Sep 2008

Hamilton's drive was absolute entertainment, pity he had to change tyres, he may have won.

  micky d 11:11 15 Sep 2008

First of all .............Big congratulations to Vettel..........never put a foot wrong all weekend.

Secondly, this is two races in a row now that have been decent races.

Something needs to be done, the FIA need to nip this in the bud straight away!

The common denominators?......weather & old tracks.
So, i suggest all races to be held at new,purpose built,Tiike-inspired tracks in the middle of a desert.

Bahrain x 18 anyone?

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