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Pass of the Year – 2012 Indian GP

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  • #132290

    raymondu999
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    Not many nominees, undoubtedly… but still.

    #213888

    necrodethmortem
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    Senna on Maldonado was a nice opportunistic move.

    Also Raikkonen on Massa, but the #!ç@&!§ DRS rendered it useless.

    #213889

    Bob
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    – Senna on Maldonado and one other driver (can’t remember who)
    – Button on Alonso on the opening lap
    – Alonso on Webber

    #213890

    Antonio Nartea
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    Alonso on both Button and Hamilton on the back straight. If only he would have made it stick past turn 4…
    Besides this pseudo-overtake, nothing impressive, I’m afraid.

    #213891

    Ben
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    How many non-DRS passes were there? (excluding the first lap)

    #213892

    Gabriel Fernando
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    Senna on Maldonado

    #213893

    IgrejaR
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    Senna on Maldonado

    #213894

    Antonio Nartea
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    How many non-DRS passes were there? (excluding the first lap)

    I might be wrong and please correct me if so but I think Hulkenberg on Perez early in the race was without DRS…

    #213895

    Cucamest
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    Senna’s pass on Maldonado gets my vote.

    #213896

    Ritvik Vinodkumar
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    Senna on Rosberg

    #213897

    Lorenzo
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    Senna on Rosberg on the outside (also the pass on Maldonado was good).

    #213898

    andae23
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    Regarding Senna on Rosberg: Senna actually locked up into turn three, which cost him straight line speed. Then he enabled DRS and was able to pass Rosberg in a nice way. So I would not even consider nominating Senna on Rosberg, because the only reason Senna was able to pass was this DRS device.

    #213899

    Bullfrog
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    Lap 1, Alonso on Button on Hamilton on Alonso on Button on Alonso on Hamilton.

    #213900


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    Kimi’s move on Massa was absolutely incredible until a display of the Ferrari’s superiority was made.

    #213901

    Pamphlet
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    @brazil2007 I wouldn’t call it incredible. Not from a tactical point of view. Passing Massa before the DRS zone was a huge mistake and arguably cost him his only shot at P6.

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