F1 » Domenicali: Vettel is still not a leader


Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali has argued that despite his outstanding success in F1 this season and last, Sebastian Vettel is 'still not a leader' - and that only two current drivers truly are...

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andrew.

September 05, 2011 11:43 AM

Darn those grape are sour!

So what if Ferrari have 16 titles and Red Bull have 1? They still beat Ferrari last year by a long way and they look like repeating this again htis year.

Basically, Ferrari are upset at being beaten by a relatively new team. Bad losers?

richard

September 05, 2011 12:19 PM

george. "not on his way to 2 consecutive championships"???? so having a lead of over 90 points over your teammate, is not "on his way to a...."??
if you read domenciallis comment, you will see what he means. when schumi won his first wdc, and ditto for alonso, they did not have the experience to lead. similarily with seb. but give him a year or two to gain more experience, and there is little doubt that he will be. that is what stefano is saying.

Calvin _

September 05, 2011 1:07 PM

I would have to agree with him. It is difficult for an F1 driver to be a leader, because by nature, they only think about themselves for most of the time. In this sense, very few F1 drivers are leaders.

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