F1 » Ecclestone: I'd like Vettel as a son-in-law...


It appears that F1 commercial rights supremo Bernie Ecclestone isn't only a fan of 2010 world champion Sebastian Vettel out on the racetrack - revealing he would quite happily countenance the German as his son-in-law, too...

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Love F1 - Unregistered

January 29, 2011 2:33 PM

Erm...no one can say for sure that Vettel would not consider for one second inheriting all those billions! Is Tamara his only heiress?

And if there are no sons to take over the empire...hmmm...

Bernie Ecclestone - Unregistered

January 29, 2011 4:07 PM

When I retire I'll make Vettel the new owner of F1, he can then kick out the slower drivers on the grid aka...all of them. At the end of his career he will have 15 world titles and then retire like schumi for a few years just to return back and win another 15 which would make him 10x a better driver then Senna and cry baby Lewis put together.

Why are you still reading if you know i'm a WUM? I'm not going to read what you type back anyway lol.

Racy

January 29, 2011 10:59 PM

What the F? Thought BE was going nuts several years ago and this confirms it. Be careful Seb but run like heck. You can stay in my woodshed for a week till this blows over. BE, please retire and stop this noncense you have been perpatrating over the last several years. I have a splitting stump that makes more since than you. If not, at least it serves a usefull purpose. You no longer do it seems. See ya later F1 fans..

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