F1 » Sebastian Vettel is 'the nicest guy' in F1

Former F1 World Champion Kimi Raikkonen has sprung to the defence of Red Bull Racing star Sebastian Vettel - arguing that the under-fire German can still claim the 2010 title and moreover is 'the nicest guy' on the grand prix grid...

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Taz - Unregistered

August 31, 2010 12:51 PM

Oh no.....

The Kimi to Red Bull will start again now :rolleyes:

I've never questioned he's a nice guy, he's funny, just needs to tighten up on his race craft and stop doing daft things.

mark - Unregistered

August 31, 2010 1:06 PM


Hakkinen was a nice guy and won it twice!

But with the rest of them in the last 15 yrs or so, you are probably right, they all were a bit of an a*se! Apart from Button as well maybe.

ferret - Unregistered

August 31, 2010 1:19 PM

If he is "nice" or not is irrelevant when he is dangerous on a race track in charge of a missile. If someone shunts you into a wall at 300 kph through sheer stupidity, would you care if he was nice or not?

For those people who say he was just trying to pass, I suggest you get out of here and go watch demolition derby instead. If all F1 drivers were stupid enough to make these kinds of moves, you would be lucky if one car made it to lap three then cruised to the end of the race.


August 31, 2010 1:25 PM
Last Edited 1825 days ago

Kimi and Seb are pals, sure Kimi would say that. And he is right, Seb can still win the title since Webber, Hamilton and Alonso are also accident or problem prone.

But no, Kubica is the nicest guy in F1 :p :p :p

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