F1 » 'Anytime Vettel has to fight someone, he collapses'

Former F1 World Champion Jacques Villeneuve contends that Sebastian Vettel's dominance this season is somewhat misleading - and that as soon as he is put under pressure, the runaway Red Bull Racing star will crack

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Kaah - Unregistered

July 05, 2011 12:42 PM

As usual, Villeneuve needs to criticize others to get some media attention. I think it's the third time in a few months that he talks about Vettel. How sad for a former WDC.

Taipan - Unregistered

July 05, 2011 1:04 PM

Funny how someone who claims that F1 is so boring that he doesn't even watch it anymore has so much to say about it.
Needing some pubicity by any chance Jacques? Only a matter of time until he makes another fanciful claim that hes returning to F1.

Mysh - Unregistered

July 05, 2011 1:44 PM

and when villeneuve won the WDC he had the best car on the grid by a country mile, i think it was the last williams newey had influence over

time for jacques to take his medication and go back to sleep with sweet dreams where his F1 shaped bed is winning the championship


subiedude - Unregistered

July 05, 2011 1:46 PM

JV was a most fortunate driver to win an Indy car title and WDC both in vastly superior cars, while giving little credit to the teams especially Williams. He later showed how little talent he had by running an average car. His judgement always sucked, but he was very lucky to get his championships. he has been a complete ZERO since leaving Williams and NASCAR shows he has very little talent. He cannot buy a drive in NASCAR, Indy cars, or anywhere else, let alone F1, so he knocks it and the best driver in the series to make himself feel important.

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