F1 » Bernie: Horner, Vettel walking in big shoes


Bernie Ecclestone has lauded the efforts of Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull Racing as both appear destined to repeat as F1 champions.

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Tommo - Unregistered

September 29, 2011 12:16 AM

I may have misread ,but is what dead man walking saying that for the constructors title its Vettel and HOrner to credit? There is another driver to credit as well. WDC i understand with Vettel, but Mark notched up the points for the constructors as well. And interesting perspective stating how Mark is "undervalued" very interesting.

Tealeaf - Unregistered

September 29, 2011 10:59 AM

Vettel is the main reason this Redbull looks so good, no doubt Adrian Newey has made another great car but it's nowhere near as dominant as it seems, maybe in a sense Seb and the RB7 compliment eachother well, as for Webber missing the boat last year has stuffed his confidence and like Massa they both need to find something soon or their career is good as finished.
I admit both the Mclaren drivers are class acts and probably the strongest pairing in F1 at the moment but you have to combine Button and Sham's qualities to get near Seb.

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