F1 » Red Bull boss backs Vettel to improve

Sebastian Vettel will only get stronger warns Dietrich Mateschitz

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Sobeit! - Unregistered

February 15, 2012 1:45 PM

Agreed while I believe the team is hampered by
Weber. To get Vetel stronger he needs a better team
mate who can challenge for wins. Webers time has come and gone!


February 15, 2012 1:59 PM
Last Edited 1456 days ago

Plenty dont want to hear that DM. The facts are until results prove otherwise, Vettel 'could' be special. He regularly outqualified a proven qualifier in Webber, while Webber was qualifying amongst Hamilton (a proven qualifier), Button (qualy not his strong point, but a good racer in a strong car) and ahead of Alonso (possiby most complete on the grid but third best car). Ignoring the facts and turning to hope, could lead to dissapointment!

mikee - Unregistered

February 15, 2012 5:03 PM

Vettel in the Red Bulls to be stronger maybe but truth is so will the Ferraris and the maclarens
and truth is Alonso will wipe the floor with the red Bulls
I remember people saying Massa will destroy Alonso in 2010 at Ferrari because Massa almost beat Hami in 2008
and Hami just piped Alonso in 2007
but fact is Alonso destroyed Massa and if the Ferrari can be nearly equal to the bulls and Maccas
There wont be this crappy overtake of Alonso 10 laps from end again from Webber or Button
Though Brundle hates Alonso
and none of the reporters report fairly on races
so sados believe the hype that certain drivers are better than the red raging bull Alonso in a Ferrari
All teams and driver fear Alonso in a fast Ferrari
Why because he is the best and they know it
Watch this space

what are you smoking mikey - Unregistered

February 15, 2012 5:23 PM

Alonso got beaten by a Rookie, demanded an advantage which he was denied, tried to keep stolen info to himself, then blackmail the team over it, tried to sabotage his teammate in quali, tried to run him off the track at Eau Rouge, then ran off to a midfield team he was so scared of a rematch.

He has been greatly flattered by driving for his ever so slightly dodgy Manager's team, has a nasty taste for cheating and clearly has inadequacy issues.

Complete ? Yeah, a Complete W.....

jimmy boy - Unregistered

February 15, 2012 8:50 PM

Just like to say that the man to beat will be Seb but the man to fear will be Alonso.He is the best driver on the grid.Never gives up.Jenson does a brillant job with a car thats not as good as the red bull and poor old Lewis well he needs to learn that he could be a great driver but has to try and stay focused on the job.
Lewis try and keep it on the track mate your time will come

Big Azza - Unregistered

February 15, 2012 10:00 PM

Vettel has been strong ever since Toro Rosso with a seasoned driver as his team mate there. The talk that he needs to step back to a midfield team is rubbish. He's already done that! If you were a well paid CEO, would you take a step back and become a janitor just to prove to everyone that you really are a great guy deserving to be a CEO? I don't know what else Vettel has to do. I guess he just has to keep winning. I look forward to articles like this. I'm prepared to see Vettel dominate the sport for the next decade...

He is the most prolific qualifier in this generation. And I believe he will be the best of all time. His consistency is unrivalled. This Red Bull car can only improve with a driver consistently driving the car to it's limit. I think Newey is loving having a driver of Vettel's pedigree driving his cars...

Mikee - Unregistered

February 15, 2012 11:20 PM

Im not smoking
Alonso was not beaten by a rookie
And did not demand anything but equal machinery
The crap your spoiling is what hamiltons dad told the press
Even whitmarch has said if he was in charge at that time
Things would have been done diferently
But you believe what you want
Stats prove that the maclarens have been a faster car than the ferraris
And still lewis has finished behind Alonso
Proof in the puding
Alonso is the best and 2012 will show this

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