F1 » Stewart warns Vettel against Ferrari move

Three-time F1 world champion Sir Jackie Stewart has urged successor Sebastian Vettel to think carefully about heading to Ferrari in future.

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Mark _

August 10, 2012 3:23 PM

If the possibility were there he would do better by talking to Massa and Barichelo than by talking to Hamilton. If Lewis was at Ferrari when he started the Hungary shenanigans Ferrari would have shut that down immediately.

Bomg - Unregistered

August 10, 2012 6:16 PM

If he doesn't join Alonso, atleast the myth of Vettel being a great driver will exist longer. Well, if he does go to Ferrari he will be be well beaten by Alonso...

JOHN - Unregistered

August 10, 2012 6:48 PM

What does Stewart know? Apart from having a team which he sold (obviously because it wasn't working for him), Vettel would be foolish to listen to him and deny himself the chance of being with the most prestigious team in F1. Would be better for him to have a company car with the Prancing Horse than a Red Bull logo!!!!


August 10, 2012 6:57 PM

john. i guess that you are only a kid with little knowledge of f1. i suggest that you google jackies name to see who he is!
and for your info, jackie at least put his money and knowledge back into f1, founding stewart f1, which ford bought out, and which actually became ....wait for it....red bull racing.

you criticise jackie b saying...what does he know...then you go on to say it would be better for seb to go to ferrari. well, what do YOU know, that jackie doesn't?


August 10, 2012 7:00 PM

@bomg- Eh? "the myth of Vettel being a great driver"? So a win in a Toro Rosso and B2B titles doesn't make Vettel great? And also he's got every chance of being WC this year, make no mistake. So what would he have to do to be "great", in your eyes, bomg?

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