F1 » Massa deal to pave way for Vettel, Ferrari union?


Latest reports from the F1 paddock insist that a deal has been done to take Sebastian Vettel to Ferrari in 2014.

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garth - Unregistered

October 15, 2012 11:57 PM

Felipe next year is your last chance to become wdc. You must beat alonso from beginning. Show that you re not only the supported artist but the real player.

rob01

October 16, 2012 1:40 AM

I don't see Vettel going to Ferrari in the near future. Now that Lewis is leaving McLaren, Vettel is the driver with the longest tenure with his team on the grid. He has been nurtured in the Red Bull program for double digit years. I don't think he will leave that comfort. Neither would I. For sure with the cars and the teams ability to overcome the FIA. Cheers to them on another double championship this year.

cknopp - Unregistered

October 16, 2012 4:31 AM

Rob, i remember you shouting that Vettel and RBR would be no where this year worth out the blown diffuser.

Now you are cheekily claiming they are cheating by overcoming the FIA.

Does it really hurt that bad to see a drinks company decimate the top auto manufacturers in the world?

...because I find it to be simply hilarious. Seriously, when i have a bad day, i just watch the 2011 season review, DVD. It is the best comedy that i have ever owned!

Marcus - Unregistered

October 16, 2012 8:50 AM

If Vettel goes to Ferrari 2014, where will Alonso go 2015? Will he quit or will he return to Renault yet another time like he did the last time he got a team mate faster than himself.

marikson - Unregistered

October 16, 2012 9:24 AM

If Ferrari have a good 2013 car, even if, let's say, for the sake of the argument, that Vettel becomes world champion in 2013, I could see him move to the scuderia. Money are a matter, for sure, but I think that Vettel is also looking for a new challenge. Many have said that his 2 world titles are more due to the good car he's got, though I don't fully agree with them. Of course you need a good car to become champion, but I reckon that there are at least 3 potential championship winning cars out there (RB, Ferrari and McL). Drivers like Vettel, Alonso, Raikkonen, Hamilton, Button coul become champions if they get a good performing car. It's hard to say which is the best driver out there or the best car as long as it's about which triangle is better (driver + car + team). I'd love to see Kimi in RB. He deserves a good car to prove he's the best out there (that's my opinion).

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