F1 » Vettel 'not easing up' as title relieves pressure

Sebastian Vettel will head to the inaugural Indian Grand Prix relatively pressure-free after his triumph at Korea, doubled with Mark Webber's podium, enabled Red Bull to wrap up its second constructors' championship on the bounce.

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Droog - Unregistered

October 19, 2011 5:54 PM

Who would even want him to roll over for anyone?
And why would anyone expect him to do that, it's completely antithetical for a WDC of his calibre.
Rack 'em up Seb.

Wade - Unregistered

October 20, 2011 5:44 AM

I think if Vettel wins every race for the rest of the season, the best he can do is equal Schumacher's record for race wins in a season. He can't beat it.


October 20, 2011 8:07 AM
Last Edited 1659 days ago

I agree that Mark should not be given wins by Seb and Seb should be given the opportunity to win as many more races as he can. However, the team should now be able to concentrate their focus on trying to get Mark second in the WDC, having already wrapped up the Driver's and the Constructor's titles. Since Mark is driving for RBR next year, you would think it is important for RBR to see his confidence high for next season, and a second in the WDC this year may go some way to doing that.

ENRICO - Unregistered

October 20, 2011 10:45 AM

I dont think Horner would tell Vettel to back off to play team policy to get Webber second.
So in my opinion Webber has to try to beat Button Alonso and Hamilton from here to the end,and i really can t see the happening.
He didnt win a race the all season behind the wheels of the best car.
We all can say what we like to the media, but words are easy and cheap..


October 20, 2011 2:33 PM

“We want to finish the year on a high, get Mark into second in the drivers' championship and it would be great to see him win a race. We are going to attack the final races. They are like cup finals, we can really go for it now both titles are resolved.”
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Christian Horner

I'm sure Mark appreciates the support.
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