F1 » Vettel: If Webber wins again, we're all in trouble


Japanese Grand Prix-winner Sebastian Vettel has acknowledged that his objective now must be to repeat that feat in Korea, Japan and Abu Dhabi - fearing that if his Red Bull Racing team-mate Mark Webber triumphs again in F1 2010, the Australian will put the title beyond reach

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TooBored - Unregistered

October 12, 2010 2:36 PM

How on earth is it "our" trouble? It's YOUR "trouble", dont just lob us in with you just because you dont like webbo. Good ol aussie grit will shine through and wipe that stupid smirk off your face.

matto3227

October 12, 2010 2:44 PM

In my humble opinion, i believe that Vettel is currently in a slightly better place than webber at the minute. He is very relaxed & i believe he has matured quite alot over the past couple of races. Webber doesnt seem to be enjoying the role of leader & favourite at all, evident by his lack of interviews at the weekend, hiding in his room for nearly all the of the cancelled qualifying (unlike Vettel who stayed out, gave interviews & had a laugh with his mechanics) & not being present at the Red Bull celebrations after the race. It can't be easy, and Vettel has had the upper hand in terms of pace for the last 3 or 4 races (not taking into account his crashes) This is going to be very very tight. However the title is now Webber's to lose...

107SS2009

October 12, 2010 3:40 PM

Yesterday I said the same thing but not that they will all be in trouble.
I said that if MW wins again (another race) both SV and FA can kiss the championship bye bye, as to the others they are out of it pending an RBR/FERRARI disaster.

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