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Pass of the Year: 2012 Chinese Grand Prix

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    raymondu999

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    I noticed @keithcollantine hadn’t started this thread – so I thought I’d get the ball rolling, lest we forget the more colourful overtakes!

    I’m nominating Vettel’s pass on Kimi – with a well judged late brake around the outside of 6; cutting back and getting better traction to swoop around 7.

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    raymondu999

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    I thought Mark Webber’s pass on Seb was special too – albeit with a massive grip advantage.

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    raymondu999

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    Wow. No further nominations?

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    It was just that good :D

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    the_sigman

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    Wheel to wheel action between Grosjean and Senna.

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    raymondu999

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    @sigman1998 I don’t even remember what happened any more :P

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    @raymondu999 I also do! That’s the only highlight I remember!!

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    @sigman1998 I meant – I don’t remember what happened between Grosjean and Senna :P

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    Kingshark

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    @raymondu999 & @sigman1998 – It was between Grosjean and Maldonado!

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    raymondu999

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    @kingshark Maldonado and Senna into Turn 1 I remember. Grosjean and Maldonado, I do not.

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    Keith Collantine

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    Thanks for contributing, everyone. The shortlist will now be drawn up and the ten most popular suggestions from the year put to a vote.

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