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ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX
Sunday Driver Quotes
03 NOVEMBER 2013
Infiniti Red Bull Racing
“I think today was incredible; the pace we had was scary at some stages, I felt very, very good on the soft tyres and was able to pull out a good gap in the first couple of laps. I think it’s difficult, being an active member of the team, to put things like today into perspective. When I think of the times we’ve experienced over the last few years, it’s incredible to have a strong group of people together that believes so much in what they do. To be part of that is great and makes me proud. The car was so enjoyable on every single lap. There are not that many races when you are in complete control of the car – so it’s special. I didn’t get the maximum out of myself yesterday, but we made up for it today.”
“Seb was on another planet today and was very, very strong in the first stint. He was super quick and his tyres didn’t wear out, which is a recipe for disas...
BEST OF MAXIM
When Sebastian Vettel eventually retires from Formula One, this season may well be remembered as his best.
Next year's championship will be a more level playing field as teams and drivers get to grips with new, less powerful engines, and the impending regulation changes could somewhat negate Red Bull's current superiority.
The German won Sunday's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix...
Sebastian Vettel again posted the fastest time in the third and final practice session of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and will go for his eighth pole position of the season later Saturday.
In a repeat of the top three places from Friday's second practice run, the German driver beat his Red Bull teammate Mark Webber and Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton.
Vettel's time of 1 minute...
When Sebastian Vettel eventually retires from Formula One, this season may be remembered as his best.
Next year's championship figures to be a more level playing field as teams and drivers get to grips with new, less powerful engines, and the impending regulation changes could somewhat negate Red Bull's current superiority.
Vettel won Sunday's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix with...
World champion Sebastian Vettel won the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in dominant fashion Sunday to clinch a seventh straight victory and 11th of the season.
Although the German had already clinched his fourth consecutive world title at the Indian GP last weekend, he pledged there would be no letup and he proved that beyond any doubt.
Starting from second on the grid, Vettel overtook his...
Editor’s note- It’s an interesting concept given the current domination of Red Bull Racing and Sebastian Vettel. Sitting in pubs, pondering the next decade of Schumacher-esque dominance and wondering what might have been if only McLaren and Lewis Hamilton had truly held the course. The inevitable dialog comes around to the thought of Sebastian Vettel. As you take a sip from your...
Sebastian Vettel won the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix by a considerable gap, and other F1 news this week. Unlike last week, there was racing, like the week before that, it was mostly about SebVet.
Sebastian Vettel Wins Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Celebrates with Donuts
Sebatian Vettel won the Abu Dhabi GP on the start, taking the lead from teammate and pole sitter Mark Webber. Nico Rosberg snatched...
Sebastian Vettel won the 2013 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in a commanding fashion, taking the lead from teammate and pole sitter Mark Webber on the start and never looked back. The German regularly pulled out a thirty or forty second lead, leaving him time for both pit stops without relinquishing the race lead. Webber followed Vettel home to finish second, with Vettel performing donuts...
Sebastian Vettel has made it seven wins in a row this season after a dominating win in Abu Dhabi. On tomorrow’s #F1Chat we’ll be talking about the race, so here’s what’s coming up…
First of all, what did you think of the race? Were you surprised at Vettel’s dominance during the race?
During the race, Adrian Sutil was investigated for leaving the track and gaining a position...