Tagged: Red Bull, Sebastian Vettel, Sebastien Buemi
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It looks like Red Bull has decided to act on the events of Malaysia after all, they are “resting” Sebastian Vettel for the Chinese GP, Sebastien Buemi will be his replacement – http://real-motorsport.com/2013/04/01/vettel-suspended-for-chinese-gp-replaced-by-buemi/
Only possible if Webber was to score for Vettel.
I love the bit where it says Buemi is going to be favoured over Webber
I suggest that everyone remember what day it is. Now I’m not saying its not true but considering the date I suggest not.
The same website is also claiming that Webber will retire:
And that Vettel will join Ferrari in 2015, claiming that his being stood down by the team for China was a major factor:
They’re very poorly thought-out jokes.
Why, It smart though as it was April Fools
Were all missing the TRUE story from today haha
@mrgrieves ahaha! His face in the picture is priceless too
I was so excited until I read the 3rd comment. :/
Sorry Kingshark, I wish it was true too
April Fools that aren’t even funny are a complete waste of time.
Would have been awesome to see.
Unfortunately a lot of people don’t know the difference between an April fools prank and “hey, let’s make up a lie on April first”.
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