F1 » Red Bull, Ferrari deny Vettel rumours


The two teams apparently at the centre of a tug-of-love over the services of Sebastian Vettel have both played down stories linking him to Maranello.

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Googolplex

October 15, 2012 2:06 PM

Doesn't want two roosters in the hen house. So I take it he regards Massa as a hen. That's pretty ordinary if you accept Richard's thesis that Massa has been held back only because he has not been given the same equipment as Fernando in the first half of the season.

Taz

October 15, 2012 2:10 PM

This could just be a cunning trick by Ferrari to try and destabilize Red Bull, did these rumors not start back in 2010 when things were getting tight in the championship?

blublz

October 15, 2012 2:17 PM

It does seem to go totally against Ferrari driver policy, plus McLaren have two wdc and havent won any championships during that time although I think Ferrari manage there drivers much better than McLaren do.

silent observer - Unregistered

October 15, 2012 2:50 PM

Vettel needs to go to Ferrari while Alonso is there to shield him. It's one thing to drive carefree at Red Bull, with Adrian Newey there to keep springing updates that keep him winning races and WDCs. The real test for ANY young driver is the humungous pressure that comes with being the Ferrari "Number 1"...especially when things are not going so well and the engineers are looking at him and scratching their heads. Maybe that is why some thought Perez might not be ready for that seat? It's one thing to drive without the intense pressure or expectation at Sauber...it's another thing to have the entire Tifosi and F1 world watching and analysing your every move and mistake!

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