If he can’t get round Karthikeyan in a car that is several seconds per lap slower than his, then I don’t really have any sympathy. And maybe Karthikeyan was trying to block him, but Vettel called him an idiot in Malaysia after he cut across the front of Karthikeyan’s car and gave himself a puncture. So maybe if Vettel were less of an obnoxious bully, Karthikeyan wouldn’t have got in his way. You could say that that was Vettel’s comeuppance for being an arse. And being a true champion is as much about what you do off the track as it is on the track?
I’d take a kraut over a cucumber anyday. Haha, had to get it out of my system sorry. Or a wurst, yeah, that’d be better.
Anyway, I think the blue flags have a purpose and they’re not going to do away with it. The topic is not about whether the blue flag is good thing or a bad thing, it’s about if a blue flag is waved to a guy who obviously don’t deserve it, it may hamper his concentration and may ruin a lap. May ruin a race. I took my time reading all your thoughtful comments and I consider your opinions but we have to agree that there is a positive side to this.
Yes Vettel is really aggressive but look at Karthikeyan man, I mean he has got quite a lot of experience, he has been racing since 2004-05, and probably started over half a century of races, and he s still the slowest backmarker in the history of backmarking. Ok everybody starts their career in a slow car but learns and moves up, but not this guy. He is timid, doesn’t learn, he wouldn’t be able to drive the safety car fast enough. It’s good that he is out. Webber was right, he is a proper cucumber.