'Heroic' Hamilton limps in as Vettel smooths the way towards title victory

'Heroic' Hamilton limps in as Vettel smooths the way towards title victory

London : United Kingdom | Oct 14, 2012 at 6:44 PM PDT
Source: The independent
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Sebastian Vettel had some tyre wear issues to consider towards the end of the Korean Grand Prix, but otherwise it was another walk in the park for the German as his third victory in a row moved him into the lead of the world championship fight by six points from Fernando Alonso. FULL ARTICLE AT The independent
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