F1 » Ecclestone tips Vettel for third crown


Bernie Ecclestone says he feels Sebastian Vettel will beat Fernando Alonso to the F1 title

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Wade - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 9:36 AM

Well, if Fernando wants any chance at all, he'll have to make the podium at least, which doesn't seem too hard since he's made the podium more than anyone this year. But for Vettel to finish 5th or lower is a big ask. But then again rain is forecast so anything can happen, to either of them.

LJ - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 9:52 AM

I can't wait for this weekends race, I'm usually not caring about the front runners as my fav driver is Kobayashi, but I do want Alonso to put a halt to Vettel's dominance as I think it's unhealthy for the sport when one driver has such an advantage for so long.

The race could be extra exciting if there is rain involved, it could absolutely destroy either drivers race and give one of the midfielders a chance at a podium or win.. So I'm hoping for something special this weekend for sure.

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