Mark Webber Slams Sebastian Vettel as Vettel Ignores Team Orders - Malaysia 2013 GP
Hamilton who edged out Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel by just over one tenth of a second at the Nürburgring, has a glorious chance of claiming his first win for the German manufacturer while also doing his bit for the German and Irish sporting effort this weekend. No one in their right mind would argue that victory for the 28-year-old would rank alongside the heroics of the Lions in Sydney, or come anywhere close to eclipsing a first German men's winner at Wimbledon for 76 years, but it would be a significant moment. As the 2008 world champion admitted last week, he had no expectation when he quit McLaren last winter of finding himself in championship contention in his first season at Brackley. Yet that is undoubtedly where he finds himself now. Mercedes have taken six poles in seven races, with Hamilton's team-mate Nico Rosberg going on to win two of them. And with the German starting the race in 11th place after Mercedes misjudged the pace of their rivals in Q2, it is Hamilton who will be carrying the hopes of his paymasters from Stuttgart on race day and hoping to eat into his 43-point deficit to Vettel. "It's really overwhelming," Hamilton said after emerging from his cockpit and punching the air. "I've been struggling since the first run in P1 yesterday. I wasn't comfortable with the car at all. We went back to the truck, tried to analyse everything and made lots of changes and hoped it would work. Fortunately they did." Australian Grand Prix 2013, Malaysia Grand Prix 2013, Chinese Grand Prix 2013, Bahrain Grand Prix 2013, Spanish Grand Prix 2013, Monaco Grand Prix 2013, Canadian Grand Prix 2013, German Grand Prix 2013, German Grand Prix 2013, Hungarian Grand Prix 2013, Belgian Grand Prix 2013, Italian Grand Prix 2013, Singapore Grand Prix 2013, Korean Grand Prix 2013, Japanese Grand Prix 2013, Indian Grand Prix 2013, Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2013, United States Grand Prix 2013, Brazilian Grand Prix 2013, --------F1 2013 Drivers----- Sebastan Vettel Fernando Alonso Kimi Raikkonen Lewis Hamilton Mark Webber Nico Roseberg Felipe Massa Paul Di Resta Romain Grosjean Jenson Button Adrian Sutil Jean-Eric Vergne Sergio Perez Daniel Ricciardo Nico Hulkenberg Esteban Gutierrez Valtteri Bottas Pastor Maldonando Jules Bianchi Charles Pic -------- F1 Teams----- 1 Red Bull Racing-Renault 2 Ferrari 3 Mercedes 4 Lotus-Renault 5 Force India-Mercedes 6 McLaren-Mercedes 7 STR-Ferrari 8 Sauber-Ferrari 9 Williams-Renault 10 Marussia-Cosworth 11 Caterham-Renault German Grand Prix 2013,Lewis Hamilton,formula1 2013,f1 2013,f1 championshp,German grand prix 2013,German gp 2013,car racing,f1 team championship,2013 Formula One Season,Interview,pole positon,sebastian vettel,fernando alonso,nico roseberg,mark webber,kimi raikkonen,jenson button,7-7-2013,red bull,lotus,force india,German gp,felipe massa,mercedes,test drive,qualifying race,7-7-2013
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