2013 MALAYSIAN GP: FORMULA 1 IS ALL ABOUT RACING OR NOT?!?

Formula 1 is all about racing or not? That is question after finished Malaysian Grand Prix. Very contraversial race for fans and chaotic race for F1 teams. Shameless team orders on open stage, regreting drivers, disrespect of a teammate. In this race and so "honest" teams showed their true face. Definitely after this race no one can attack just Ferrari as team when it comes to team orders. They are All in the same box.

After this race we have clear definition od first and second driver, and Title contenders into place. It`s now clear Webber, Massa, Rosberg, Grosjean are off limits. Sebastian Vettel with the new victory of his career, taken away from Mark Webber. Again we saw Sebastian Vettel`s caracter as "sissy" when things do not go as you plan.

Just behind them, again team orders were in play. Nico Rosberg was not allowed to pass Lewis Hamilton. The disappointment of the day was Fernando Alonso when trying to pass Sebastian Vettel for first place ended with a damaged front wing. Another looser of the day was Jenson Button, when he was released early from his third pitstop and had to be dragged back for a wheel to be fitted correctly. He was running 12th when he eventually retired with a severe vibration.
The Malaysian Grand Prix, Sepang
56 laps, 310.408km, Weather: wet then dry track.
Classified:
 P.     Driver              Team          Time     
 1.  Sebastian Vettel     Red Bull      1h38:56.681
 2.  Mark Webber          Red Bull       +    4.298
 3.  Lewis Hamilton       Mercedes AMG   +   12.181
 4.  Nico Rosberg         Mercedes AMG   +   12.640
 5.  Felipe Massa         Ferrari        +   25.648
 6.  Romain Grosjean      Lotus          +   35.564
 7.  Kimi Raikkonen       Lotus          +   48.479
 8.  Nico Hulkenberg      Sauber         +   53.044
 9.  Sergio Perez         McLaren        + 1:12.357
10.  Jean-Eric Vergne     Toro Rosso     + 1:27.124
11.  Valtteri Bottas      Williams       + 1:28.610
12.  Esteban Gutierrez    Sauber         +    1 lap
13.  Jules Bianchi        Marussia       +    1 lap
14.  Charles Pic          Caterham       +    1 lap
15.  Giedo van der Garde  Caterham       +    1 lap
16.  Max Chilton          Marussia       +   2 laps
17.  Jenson Button        McLaren        +   3 laps
18.  Daniel Ricciardo     Toro Rosso     +   5 laps

Fastest lap: Sergio Perez - 1:39.199                

Not classified/retirements:
Driver            Team           On Lap             
Pastor Maldonado  Williams         45
Adrian Sutil      Force India      27
Paul di Resta     Force India      22
Fernando Alonso   Ferrari           1

Standings after 2 races:
Drivers:                      Constructors:         
 1.  Sebastian Vettel    40   1. Red Bull         66
 2.  Kimi Raikkonen      31   2. Lotus            40
 3.  Mark Webber         26   3. Ferrari          40
 4.  Lewis Hamilton      25   4. Mercedes AMG     37
 5.  Felipe Massa        22   5. Force India      10
 6.  Fernando Alonso     18   6. McLaren           4
 7.  Nico Rosberg        12   7. Sauber            4
 8.  Romain Grosjean      9   8. Toro Rosso        1
 9.  Adrian Sutil         6
10.  Paul Di Resta        4
11.  Nico Hulkenberg      4
12.  Jenson Button        2
13.  Sergio Perez         2
14.  Jean-Eric Vergne     1