F1 » Vettel: P2 'an important step' – but we need to win again!

He might have outscored all-bar one of his rivals in the Hungarian Grand Prix, but after again missing out on victory on Sunday - for the fourth time in the last five races in F1 2011 - Sebastian Vettel fears they are closing in...

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Spaghettieddie - Unregistered

August 01, 2011 3:55 PM

@Seb, please 'oh' please do me this favor!!!!When the WDC is a lock, drive like a demon!!!Pass many!!!!Show the world what you showed me in that BMW and that Toro Rosso!!!They have all forgotten what you are capable of!!!! Like Nike? says, "just do it"!!!!:):):)

dave - Unregistered

August 01, 2011 6:17 PM

It does his credibility as a racer no good when he keeps on getting passed and simply outraced by Hamilton, Button and Alonso so much in the last 3 races.

Spaghettieddie - Unregistered

August 01, 2011 7:12 PM

Go Seb, wird es von hier aus einfach,aber dont verpassen die Gelegenheit,der Welt zeigen,Ihre Fahigkeiten. Nutzen Sie den Augenblick,dont sorgfaltiger sein,wenn es Ihnen auf eine Show ist:)

iceman - Unregistered

August 01, 2011 9:26 PM

Vettel always gets abused. For what reason I have no idea. I just rewatched the start of the race. Vettel sets a fastest lap and Hamilton was still all over his gearbox and passed him the next lap. All drivers get passed. Even Senna got passed. Raikkonen passed Hamilton while Raikkonen was switching settings on his steering wheel. Just because you get passed doesn't mean your crap.
Hamilton drives like an idiot in traffic but blitzes the field last week and suddenly he's hailed as the greatest driver again. What?

There's more to a season than just driving flatout all the time. Prost knew that which is why he was so damn successful. Vettel didn't fully trust his car and didn't risk it with a huge championship lead. What's wrong with that?

Vettel can drive. Hamilton will tell you all about it when Vettel nearly ruined his championship in a Toro Rosso.

Vettel will win again.

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