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F1 Poem – Malaysian Grand Prix Rewind

by on March 27, 2013

 

Well F1 fans, were in for a treat

The Malaysian Grand Prix, was less than discreet

 

Let’s go back to the start, when the lights went out

And cars slipped and slid, as they weaved about

 

The track was slippery and rather wet

Pirelli Inters were,  the safest bet

 

It was four cars a breast, as they launched off the line

At the end of lap one, Alonso’s wing was not fine

 

It dangled and dipped and then just as expected

It got stuck under the car, when it became disconnected

 

Out came the slicks, as the track became dry

But there was pit lane drama, as pit stops went awry

 

Force India had, a day to forget

Their troubled nuts, were their biggest regret

 

Button had issues, with one of his nuts

Driving off with three wheels, surely took guts

 

Hamilton’s error, wasn’t quite as extreme

He just stopped by to say hi, to his old team

 

The rest of the race, wasn’t quite as exciting

But drama unfolded, with some inner team fighting

 

Near the end of the race, two bulls were ahead

Followed by the Mercedes, by a 12 second spread

 

Team orders in play, there was absolutely no doubt

But that’s not how it happened, to play itself out

 

The call from pit wall, was “Multi 21″

That’s Red Bulls code, for “This race is done”

 

I guess Vettel did not get, the radio transmission

He misunderstood, by his own admission

 

Vettel passed Webber, as Mark was just cruising

He was a sitting duck, which was rather confusing

 

Meanwhile at Mercedes, Nico was quicker

Stuck behind Lewis, he was told not to bicker

 

On the podium, it was a sad sorry sight

It was quite obvious, something just wasn’t right

 

The drivers were sombre, as they went through the drill

Vettel might have been dead, if Mark’s looks could kill

 

No storybook ending for the Malaysian Grand Prix

More drama to follow, in F1’s round number three

Ernie Black

Twitter: @TheF1Poet

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