F1 » Team Vettel: The architects of genius

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cknopp - Unregistered

November 05, 2011 12:29 AM

Whilst I am a Seb/RBR fan, I must admit that I was not aware that Seb has had pretty much the same amount of early career support that most on this board crucify Hamilton for receiving...

In the future, I will not allow those arguments to go un-commented.

Enrico - Unregistered

November 05, 2011 9:53 AM

History proves that somebody is a genius when he is dead or retired.

Today everybody is quick to label people to rapidly,first example to spring to mind: Tiger Woods.

Vettel is very good, with a very very good car.

Wait for a few years to see where he stands in the panthenon of Formula One.


cknopp - Unregistered

November 05, 2011 2:36 PM


Seb is already in the Pantheon. He is now 2xWDC, and will forever have his name engraved on the history of F1.

The only thing he can do now, is to get more WDC's, and climb up the ladder towards the top of that list.

If he can get close to Schumacher's records, then there will be no objective way to dismiss his accomplishments.

Tealeaf - Unregistered

November 05, 2011 3:12 PM

@ Rob
I tell you what happened, a certain Ron Dennis thought it'd be clever and put a complete Sham into the number 1 seat at Mclaren and stem any chance of a Alonso domination by saying "basically we're racing FERNANDO", history will say he was wrong to do that because ever since 2007 all Mclaren has achieved with Sham was a cheap gifted title from Glock and the only competition was Massa, so there you go because if Alonso had got the support he deserved as the reliable double champion that he was we'd be looking at a 4-5 time champion by now, but instead that credit will be given to Seb in the near future, oh Rob enjoy Sham getting battered by Button isn't it great eh?! What goes around comes around. Get it into your head Jenson Button BEATS Lewis Hamilton.

Rob01 - Unregistered

November 05, 2011 3:19 PM

Teabag...so alonso gifted the title to vettel last year? Or do you just trump up facts when against lewis. As far as Button, he is a good driver but he is not in the top 3 of current drivers.

ron'sgoldenboy - Unregistered

November 05, 2011 4:44 PM

Crash, your paragraph regards Vettel's f3 campaign seemed to be dampened some what, is this because in his f3 challenge he came up against a Mclaren creation who put him to the sword in equal cars. Yes Hamilton has been slaying future f1 champions since 2005, so for those Hamilton dislike-rs who think a rookie beating a 2xwdc in 2007 was a farce just ask Vettel who was a victim of the Golden Boy even before they both started f1.

I must give RBR credit for being able to acquire quality operatives in Newey and any decnt driver in this case it happens to be Vettel, and making RBR a power house in f1. Mclaren should learn from Red Bull on how to hone young drivers mentally and not just relying on a rookies natural tallent too gain them a wdc's like in 08.

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