F1 » Alguersuari: Vettel has more to lose than Alonso

Jaime Alguersuari: Vettel shouldn't lose it [the title], but he could. All Alonso can do is win, because it already looks like he shouldn't

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Indy2007 - Unregistered

November 07, 2012 5:59 PM

Poor old Vettel breaking all the records but wont be recognised as a true great due to him driving Adrian Newey super cars and only having a dedicated No2 as a barometer, shame his Cyclops fans can listen to reason just listen to JYS.

Kevin - Unregistered

November 07, 2012 6:06 PM

Newey designed STR? Jaimie's first car (STR4)was the last one developed by sister company Red Bull, and NEweys influence. Per regulations, the cars he drove in 2010 and 2011 were developed in Faenza, no longer sharing design with RBR.

Kevin - Unregistered

November 07, 2012 6:13 PM

Weber a dedicated #2 team mate? Don't tell him that. He's challenging Vettel in every race for position and the championship in 2010. The fact he has not succeeded is that Vettel is quicker than he is, and has been since 2008 when he beat MW in the WDC standings, driving an STR. Weber has not bested Vettel in standings once since Vettel came to F1 full time. This is much to the chagrin of Weber, as can be seen in his body language around the young German. However, unlike Massa at Ferrari, Weber does pull in the WCC points, thus earns his way by delivering that money.

BK-201 - Unregistered

November 07, 2012 6:15 PM

"Jaimie's first car (STR4)was the last one developed by sister company Red Bull, and NEweys influence."

Ins't that what I said? He drove a Newey designed STR car and it looked very poor with him behind the wheel. In fairness to JA, it looked very poor in the hands of every driver who drove it - with the sole exception of Vettel.

Mikkydoos - Unregistered

November 07, 2012 6:20 PM

Looks like Vettel will win the WDC and R/RB win the CC. Cant see it any other way. I'd like Fernando to have a challenge in the last race. It would have been almost decided in Abu Dhabi without the RB fuel cock-ups.

I find it odd that the entirety of this season has been unpredicted after RB's domination last year. RB are gonna win it, Ferrari will be 2nd and McLaren have no challenge after LH signs for Mercedes. All this

Is F1 fixed?? Very off topic, but I'm not sure its all it seems to be. Especially after Bernie sold the TV rights to Sky and we have the US as a race host (in Texas), AND that the race b4 US was a stock car race.

Vettel last (twice) to 3rd? Gift win to Kimi? Hamilton goes out? Alonso only 2nd? Loads of smashes on the most boring track in F1?

Come on! Vettel more to lose? RB/Renault cash monopoly? (or am I just a cynical git, thinking theres too much sponsor money on the table to lose out on????)

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