F1 » Ecclestone: Vettel can be as successful as Schumacher

Bernie Ecclestone backs Sebastian Vettel to bag another five titles!

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October 28, 2012 11:44 AM
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MW drove a great race again, despite loosing Kers.

Bet there would have been interesting battle between him and FA if MW's kers had not failed.


October 28, 2012 2:16 PM

See Bernie has the best interests of our sport at heart when he states Vettel could dominate like the other German. Get in the real world Bernie, oops I forgot you live in your own world where people grovel in your presence.
Bernie, what our sport needs is better value for money, more track action and the paying fans to have a say.But would you listen, probably not.
Thought his interview with Martin Brundle was awful. Bernie lacks manners and credilbilty these days.

F1VET - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 2:17 AM

Alonso would be proud izy.

Racing is about winning, teams do everything they can to get the most, if ferrari can't win I'm as disgruntled as you are, but given their history in f1 and racing in general they should be the best.

Give credit where credit is due, I have the same Passion you do for f1, I know where your coming from. There was a time in this season where I knew vettel didn't have a chance but the boys from Milton keyes put in the effort and that's how it works.

Sorry I was immature and rude but you pushed the boundaries of your moral compass and that sent me into disbelief!

Cheers mate

saffa - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 9:04 AM

Yea very professional. My pal is there so he mus win cause I am the boss. Red Bull gets to use as much money as they need compare to others who stay true the gentleman agreement, so their development will definitely pass others. It is showing now.
F1 has gone so far from being truly a sport it is lost in the business world. That in turn is affecting the other motorsports series in the world. We fans are getting robbed of ultra pure racing that we actually need a new proper top level series in motorsport.

tim - Unregistered

October 30, 2012 7:54 PM

so where has vettel been before his car got so dominant again, the difference is simple schumacher in his ferrari days, did miracles with an inferior car, vettel has never done this, he has to have the best dominant car, to look good, he cannot make an average car, produce great results, like schumacher did, just watch the historic race footage doing the rounds, then you will see there is no comparison, vettel is a good young driver, but put him up against, mansell, prost, piquet, senna, hakkinnen, raikonnen, hill, berger, alesi, etc etc, get the giste, and who is vettel facing sulky hamilton, alonso (is good) grosjean, massa, webber, maldonado, button, rosberg etc etc, see the difference, please watch the past schumacher races, when he was at his best, before you comment, and bernie, please mate, f1 is dying, boring processional driving, teams getting away with cheating cars, and no real RACING.

tim - Unregistered

October 30, 2012 8:58 PM

bernie if you want a great f1 championship,
1 make the cars more robust, able to take a whack, and still compete, these cars now are so flimsy.
2 make protection for the exposed wheels, ie like normal cars, because the front of these cars are like nails, and one touch with the tyre in front, and pop goes the weasel, and how many of our drivers have gone out, due to this, too many.
3 make the cars a very similar in ability, and then we will truly see, who is the best f1 racer in the championship, (example) red bull most of the drivers in f1, would get results in this car, so we dont know if vettel is the best, i think alonso is better in an inferior car, and getting results, but the ferrari is not as bad as some make out, but not as good as the red bull.
4 get the shape of the nose back to as it was, stylish, and dynamic looking, (i know they are doing it now, but had to include it anyway).
5 get some protection for the drivers head, (essential).
6 stop all these stupid clever strategy

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