F1 » Vettel: Any driver would jump at Ferrari chance

Sebastian Vettel repeats denial that he is poised for move to Maranello.

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Steven - Unregistered

July 18, 2012 12:37 PM

We don't know what exactly Ferrari offered Mark, maybe the number 2 driver status and not a lot of money so Redbull was still the better option, but to race for Ferrari as the number 1 or equal number 1 and over 20m a season is a no brainer, Seb will be there for 2014.


July 18, 2012 1:16 PM

If RBR can match the money and continue building a superior car, wouldn't it be make more sense to keep racking up WDC's or at least WCC's and keep the Scuderia begging?
Vettel might end up being the next Massa should he jump ship.

jjletho - Unregistered

July 18, 2012 1:39 PM

Vettel should and will remain with Red Bull, the best team at the moment. He's very young, he has many years to make this move, and he will go to Ferrari after Alonso: remember that Ferrari in its history never chose to have two stars top drivers at the same time. It's not Williams or McLaren...


July 18, 2012 1:43 PM

Vettel has been in the Red Bull system for 12 years. You think he is leaving the mother ship? Vettel leaving to Ferrari will not happen as Ferrari is NOT vettel material. Every year he has been given a better car than Ferrari has produced. Why go somewhere to receive less equipment to do your job. Mark even came to the same conclusion.

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