Monday, May 30, 2011

Vettel hails unsafe plan

Posted by Admin On 6:29 PM

Sebastian Vettel believes his hostile move toward is paying dividends after he continued his charge towards back-to-back world titles. Having netted a fifth win from six grands prix this period with win in Monaco, Vettel now holds a 58-point lead at the top of the world rank.

Vettel tenable the win good manners of his one-stop strategy - with the 23-year-old gambling on running for 62 laps on the harder rubber. However Vettel could be thankful for a large slice of luck as a crash connecting Toro Rosso's Jaime Alguersuari and Vitaly Petrov in his Renault brought out the safety car for the second time just at a time when the German was being chase hard by Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button while on severely worn tyres.

With an ambulance essential to attend to Petrov, it also resulted in a red flag that halted the race with six lap residual - and that allowed Vettel to put on new tyres. And although Vettel knows there is still some way to go in the title race, he is pleased that his tactics have been operational out.

There is still a long way to go,he said.We had a good start and we are on a run, but we saw last year and learned a lot that things can change quickly.

We will try to take every race on its own qualities and we are ready to assault and go for it, as we did in this race. There was a chance to win and we went for it.We fully deserved to win because we took the danger and we got the prize. You have to be violent, to look for these risks and to take them. It doesn't make sense to grasp back.

 

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