FE­RRA­RI, VET­TEL WITH JAW-ROPPING RE­SULTS IN MEL­BOUR­NE

Excelencias del Motor - - Fórmula 1 | Formula 1 -

WE SKEPTICALLY WAITED FOR THE RED LIGHT TO GO DEAD AT SEMIURBAN AL­BERT PARK, AF­TER WITNESSING HOW MER­CE­DES AMG AND LE­WIS HA­MIL­TON INSULTINGLY PREVAILED IN THE QUALIFYING STA­GE. BUT SE­BAS­TIAN ANNOUNCED ON SA­TUR­DAY THAT: “THE RA­CE WILL BE DIF­FE­RENT.” AND IT ACTUALLY WAS! VET­TEL WON HIS 48TH GP AND 100TH PODIUM. HE WAS ACCOMPANIED BY HA­MIL­TON AND RÄIKKÖNEN, IN THAT ORDER.

The Aus­tra­lian circuit clea­red all doubts on the third team in the world cup, a po­si­tion that has been con­que­red by Red Bull. Ne­vert­he­less, McLa­ren deser­ves some cre­dit, since the team has suf­fe­red with Hon­da’s Ja­pa­ne­se me­cha­nics and French Re­nault has hel­ped it have two pi­lots in the top ten. Re­nault did the sa­me, with a hu­ge Ni­co Hül­ken­berg in the se­venth po­si­tion. The Aus­tra­lia Grand Prix re­por­ted a sig­ni­fi­cant amount of at­ten­dees and cri­tics re­la­ted to lack of pas­sing ma­neu­vers, since only three we­re coun­ted.

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