F1 » 'Emotional' Vettel must stay 'positive', urges Horner


Having again vented his emotions in the wake of the latest obstacle to his F1 2010 title ambitions in last weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel has been urged to remain 'positive' by Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner

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Nigel - Unregistered

August 05, 2010 5:16 PM

Vettel is not only emotional he is still a little kid who wants to win all the time. Just remember his stupid manouever in Turkey, which has propelled Lewis Hamilton and McL to the top of the points. His start at Hockenheim by trying to drive Alonso into the wall was as bad as Schumi's move on Barrichelo in Hungary.

He should take Fernando's advice to stay cool, calm and collected otherwise he will be left out in the cold. His teammate is laughing all the way to the chequered flag.

spaghettieddie

August 05, 2010 5:22 PM
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I hope that never happens again. My big steel toed boot is 6 inches from your ass. Show me you learned from that shameful behavior and I will take it off. C'mon Seb! Dont let me down.

Taz - Unregistered

August 05, 2010 5:24 PM

@Nigel

"Fernando's advice to stay cool, calm and collected"

The same Alonso who's waving his hands frantically if anyone dare not let him past ? when everything is working he's calm but he's no Senna.

Mr. Experiemce - Unregistered

August 05, 2010 6:12 PM

Well said Christian,

But what a battle!
Only 20 points in between nr.1 and nr.5 in the standings.
If the RBR clan stops making mistakes, I reckon that at the end of the season, it will be SV WC and MW runner-up.
SV surely is the fasted of the RBR boys, but is making too many mistakes, which helps MW.
Really looking forward the the next GP's.

The Blade ...bulls out! - Unregistered

August 05, 2010 6:24 PM

Sebbo comes in for an awful lot of criticism on this forum, and I can't always quite see why?

Sure he's "no Senna" but then, no-one is, or will ever be! And as for "wanting to win all the time" ...heads up to ol' Nige - that's what all top sportsmen and women wanna do ...especially racing drivers!

I think his Turkish move on Markie Webber was a bit rash ...but it's clear to see he's the most naturally gifted racer of his generation, and probably the fastest. He just needs to control his impetuousness a wee bit & hone his race craft a tad more!

It can't help having a fairly innocuous Team Principle (i.e. Horner) as your boss!

And besides I have 55 squid on him to win the WDC!

blzbub

August 05, 2010 7:18 PM

he is still in a position that most of the field would envy, fastest car with seven races to go. two wins (one from pole) from seven poles is, he knows, not good enough, and he knows that alonso has beaten him in the last two races without having to fight his team mate, hamiltons team mate has gone awol lately and webber who may not have the outright pace, but plays the cards he gets pretty well.

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