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F1 Bahrain & quote of the day

Discussion in 'General Banter' started by hard top, Apr 22, 2012.

  1. hard top

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    An absolutely fantastic race again, this year looks like it will be one of the best.
    Racing going on through out the field, absolutely no lack of entertainment.
    Hats off for Lotus, 2nd & 3rd...... :-bd

    Raikkonen...don't let me say I told you so, oh, I just did...... :ymsmug:

    BBC F1 co-commentator David Coulthard
    "It's a great comeback for Kimi Raikkonen. He's not a man to say too much out of the car - he does his talking on the track."

    Di Resta had a good race as well but it it was disappointing to see Button out, not good for my Badger points.

    BBC F1 co-commentator David Coulthard
    "Paul di Resta has done a great job this afternoon - he's the only man on two stops to make it work. Once more Force India and Paul di Resta are making good use of that alternative strategy."

    BBC F1 co-commentator David Coulthard
    "I suspect that was an engineering call. They would have said 'Jenson you've got to come in because there is an unsafe pressure in your tyre levels'."

    Both Williams out of the race was a shame.

    Man of the match, Raikkonen.

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    In Summary
    Vettel wins, Raikkonen second
    Grosjean third, Webber fourth
    Hamilton 8th after two botched pit stops
    Button 18th
    Di Resta sixth after two-stop strategy
    Rosberg runs Hamilton and Alonso off circuit
    Pic, Maldonado and Senna out

    1 Germany S Vettel Red Bull
    2 Finland K Raikkonen Lotus
    3 Switzerland R Grosjean Lotus
    4 Australia M Webber Red Bull
    5 Germany N Rosberg Mercedes
    6 Great Britain P Di Resta Force India
    7 Spain F Alonso Ferrari
    8 Great Britain L Hamilton McLaren
    9 Brazil F Massa Ferrari
    10 Germany M Schumacher Mercedes
    11 Mexico S Perez Sauber
    12 Germany N Hulkenberg Force India
    13 Japan K Kobayashi Sauber
    14 France J Vergne Toro Rosso
    15 Australia D Ricciardo Toro Rosso
    16 Russian Federation V Petrov Caterham
    17 Finland H Kovalainen Caterham
    18 Great Britain J Button (ret.) McLaren
    19 Germany T Glock Marussia
    20 Spain P de la Rosa HRT
    21 India N Karthikeyan HRT
    22 Brazil B Senna (ret.) Williams
    23 Venezuela P Maldonado (ret.) Williams
    24 France C Pic (ret.) Marussia


    Here's what the drivers' standings looks like after round four in Bahrain:

    1) Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull - 53

    2) Lewis Hamilton - McLaren - 49

    3) Mark Webber - Red Bull - 48

    4) Jenson Button - McLaren - 43

    5) Fernando Alonso - Ferrari - 43

    6) Nico Rosberg - Mercedes - 35

    7) Kimi Raikkonen - Lotus - 34

    8) Romain Grosjean - Lotus - 23

    9) Sergio Perez - Sauber - 22

    10) Paul di Resta - Force India - 15
     

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