F1 » Sebastian Vettel: Everybody makes mistakes

As he bids to battle back from a calamitous outing in the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps last time out, under-fire Red Bull Racing star Sebastian Vettel insists he is happy with his performances in F1 2010 and asserts: 'Everybody makes mistakes'

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Mark _

September 10, 2010 9:52 PM

@rob01 - Does it really matter who he crashed into? Was Webber attempting to drive through the Lotus really any less of an error? If people are going to race close and defend so strongly they should accept that they are putting themselves in harms way if the other guy loses control. Had Rubens lost control and crashed into Schumi at Hungary would it have made Rubens the bad guy like Seb has been made out to be?


September 10, 2010 11:54 PM

It seems that Vettatl is not allowed to make any mistakes yet no one complains about Barrichello's inability to go round a corner (despite it being his 300th race) or Webber using a Lotus as a launch pad. Oh the hypocrisy!

Jason - Unregistered

September 11, 2010 12:34 AM

I think its great I hope he crashes, next time hopefully into Hamilton, looking at the list I would say Hamilton is next...Or maybe a cheating Ferrari, that would be good too.
But to be honest if there are no crashes then no one is trying to race on the edge and I would rather see passing on the track instead of the Pits...even if it is Vettel.

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