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March 17, 2013

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tm

Great start for the season definitely. I disagree on one point though, if Kimi doesn't win the championship I actually do hope it's Vettel. I don't mind that he has won 3 years in a row. I think he is next best thing to a Finn :) (Ok, there is Valtteri of course after Kimi, but I guess that's very unlikely :) )

I think Alonso is great driver, but there is just something very off putting as a person that I just don't wish him to win. Also I hate how they treat Massa in Ferrari, not giving fair chance to win against Alonso. I think it was already clear in the first race this season.

ejvictor

Just finished the watching the race...Not sure I am in love with the no- refueling option (second season) since the first part of the race is like watching "fat lasses" wallowing about, and until fuel load is reduced we really don't have a race, not to mention that Pirelli's soft compound tires seem to be made of bathroom tissue. The FIA needs to tweak the program a bit!

Jamie

Nice one and I like Kimi's photo.

I am happy to see Kimi back in F1 and confounding TV pundits like DC. More such wins is what F1 requires to win back fans. I also think they should bring back refuelling, that would bring some more excitements especially from McLaren paddock.

On SEB, it seems many do not appreciate how good a driver he is. One just needs to revisit the final race of last season in Brazil to see what metal he is made of. But F1 needs to be spiced up with refuelling and different tyre manufacturers or options. That would end current processions.

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