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04/10/2011

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I noticed the HRT's were pulled off the track by team management. There was the usual 'well we noticed a problem with the car' and the great spin on how they learned a lot anyhow but this team has no business being in F1. Even with Bahrain being cancelled, there was plenty of prep time to get the cars to qualify but Australia but Malaysia was their first go. You've ultimately got two guys here to point the finger at.

Bernie Ecclestone and Max Mosley.

Bernie because he pushed for the 107% rule yet hypocritically wants a full grid.

Can't have it both ways, Bernie.

And Mosley, for p_ssing off a few manufacturers who decided F1 wasn't worth it. The end result is you get a hobby team like HRT and a paying driver who spent time last year in the Craftsman Truck Series.

Vettel was clearly the best again, I think this year could be the same than 2010. Sebastian is so quick, that his best competitor is himself. He have to focus on racing, but without crossing his own limits... not so easy !

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