F1 » Three-time champ looks to the future

What do you do when you've just become the youngest-ever three-time F1 world champion at the age of just 25? Sebastian Vettel is letting it sink in first, before setting new targets.

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Iceman - Unregistered

November 28, 2012 8:48 AM

Criticizing Vettel for his achievement is very comical. In F1 history title won by the drivers mostly had dominant car or equal to the dominant car. Alonso and Hamilton should acknowledge Vettel rare feat but they are disrespecting a champion because they are very jealous of him.

Buzz45 - Unregistered

November 28, 2012 11:54 AM

It seems everybody has forgotten that Mark Webber had an identical car. Ok, he had some failures but so did Seb. For anybody to win a title in the recent era they have to be very special as the competition is closer than it has ever been. The first ten in quali 3 in Brazil were covered by just over 1 second!

Lurch - Unregistered

November 28, 2012 1:05 PM

I know he has won 3 championships and now and that's what people will remember but can I point out that in Brazil, out of the 18 cars that finished behind him, 6 were back markers, 6 crashed out, the 2 torro rossos and schumi let him passed.
So he passed 1 car on merit.

Buzz45 - Unregistered

November 28, 2012 1:49 PM

Are you forgetting that his bodywork and thus aerodynamics were damaged?
It seems to me that you won't accept how good he is whatever he does, so why bother to comment at all? There are other posts that you might agree with somewhere, why don't you have a look?

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