F1 » Vettel: There isn’t a great deal to say

Sebastian Vettel endures a tough end to his pre-season testing in Spain

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Pole Position - Unregistered

March 04, 2012 11:59 PM

!Yes, let's hope it stays that way! Vettel has lived a charmed life since graduating to F1! It's time he face some adversity! Things have been too easy for old Seb! It's about time we have somebody else shine!

soaum - Unregistered

March 05, 2012 12:13 AM

quote from Ross Brawn

"It is apparent that there are five or six teams in a much closer grouping perhaps than we have seen for a number of years."

Happy days!!!

Frank G

March 05, 2012 12:32 AM

What are you talking about?
SV had a year in TR...can't call that a charmed year, even though he did manage to win a race... the only victory for TR to this day.
First year in RB wasn't that charmed either if I remember well...
If you want other drivers and teams to shine, it should be based on their efforts not on another teams failing to perform in one or another race...

Pole Position - Unregistered

March 05, 2012 7:31 AM

!I want to see all those guys over at Redbull struggle this year, Newey, Horner, Vettel, and all the engineers. This is F1 it's suppose to be difficult. Not a walk in the park! Like I said I want other drivers to shine this year! Guys like Rosberg, Kobayashi, Hulkenberg, di Resta, Kovalainen to name a few! We need competition in this sport! If it's a bad car by Redbull, so be it!

Calvin _

March 05, 2012 7:42 AM

I'd like to see RBR have to start from rows 2 or 3 for more than a few races to see just how good SV is at racing, rather than just driving fast. As far as I am concerned, the jury is still out.

breza27 - Unregistered

March 05, 2012 9:17 AM

Oh, troubles in paradise? Let's hope so! It would be nice to see SV actually dogfight for positions -Mark had already mastered that art. SV can forget another season like 2011., nobody's that lucky. It's time for some humbling experiences for high flying double-champ... I wish!
Dream scenario: Kimi, LH and Mark last race title fight, "Dijon 1979" style.
Bring it ON!

J C Taylor - Unregistered

March 05, 2012 3:02 PM

Does anyone remember what happened to Sebastian when he qualified 3rd for his home grand prix last year? If he doesn't qualify on the front row or lead into the first corner, he struggles to outrace the likes of Alonso and Hamilton (when he's clear-headed). Still there is no doubt that he is a deserving double champion, I just which he had a little more competition. Maybe my prayers will be answered this season, since this championship is tipped to be the closest one yet. I can't wait to see how things shape up in the "Land Down Under".

f1 fan - Unregistered

March 05, 2012 5:56 PM

bar his home race. Seb was under much more emotional pressure to win it after winning WDC, Monaco, n so many races in 2011 from start which is a best start in records.

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