2012 Hungarian GP - Hungaroring

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FLuidd wrote:
That's not "vastly different?"
You keep doing exactly the opposite of your quote.

I say 95 % of people of this forum are idiots and trolls that will beat you with their experience.
Yes and you are that 95% talking jibberish for no reason at all.
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From the other page,
raymondu999 wrote:
Nando wrote:Also just realized RBR dominated the sector times in Hungary... Hamilton was nowhere except in the last sector but he was only 5th there i believe.
Bit odd i have to say..
Hamilton was quickest in S1 and S3, and 2nd quickest (to Grosjean) in S2 mate. The rb8's in comparison were 3rd, 4th, 7th (Vettel) and 5th, 15th, 2nd (Webber)
Also noticed Button being close to the top in the speed trap but Hamilton was nowhere to be seen.
They must have been running vastly different setups on the cars.
Button did a 302.6kph, Hamilton did 302.3... That's not "vastly different?"
Must have been race sectors then because Vettel was leading two while Webber had the last one.

Same for the speed traps then. This was from the latest Autosport issue.

Edit: here they are. Never expected to see speed trap figures and sector times from a race...
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vettel was on new tyers and with empty fuel tank, his time was at end of the race. if he was faster then top 3 he would not end 4th in race, in matter of fact he was slow in race, and he was like trulli in good old days. his times was slower then lewis mclaren and both lotus.

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I suspected all along that the RBR's are still the best cars. This seems to confirm that somewhat.

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No way, Of course Webber & Vettel were top of the sector times!! They had Tyres that were 20 laps newer than the rest of the guys at the front. This just shows despite their huge tyre advantage, they were NOT as quick as they would have hoped!

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I thought only Vettel put on tires late in the race?
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Nando wrote:I thought only Vettel put on tires late in the race?
Vettel's last stint was 11 laps, Webber's was 14. Compare this to Hamilton's which was 29, grosjean's who's was 30, and raikonnen's who's was 24.

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