F1 » Ferrari not looking for ‘dream team’ - at the moment


Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali claims that there are no plans to upset the harmony at Maranello by attempting to pair Sebastian Vettel with Fernando Alonso.

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blublz

January 17, 2013 10:37 AM

Vettel would be crazy to leave Red Bull while they are winning championships. Ferrari have a 'very good' engine, they need to concentrate on building a car that qualifies as well as it races

BMFBW - Unregistered

January 17, 2013 11:36 AM

These guys' main weapons appear to be phsychological warfare...

I don't see any reason why Red Bull would be at anything but the top of the game while Mr. Newey is still there and, as a resutl, I don't see why vettel would want to leave. Unless, however, he goes for what Schumi did for '96 and took on the challenge of bringing an inferior team to the top...

(Though in all fairness, Ferrari is more competitive now than they were back then!)

obscure Dom - Unregistered

January 17, 2013 12:52 PM

Gets twisted in the mind of yours Domenicali - Vettel does want the seat either next to you and your tempered moody bad loser Alonso. Vettle would win and he's get threatened .... check in with Hamilton and Dennis!

benignlyindifferent

January 17, 2013 1:06 PM

True, it was great to watch Senna and Prost battle it out in McLarens back in their day. But, McLaren gave them equal machinery (supposedly) with no team orders. This is not Ferrari's style. Also, the McLaren car was significantly better than the competition much of the time and so a team rivalry was all we could hope for. Now we have several competitive teams and I think it is best to have a top driver in each.

Nomishah - Unregistered

January 17, 2013 1:16 PM

If Vettel goes to Ferrari, Alonso staying or not does not matter. Its F1, not some fantasy league. One becomes champion by driving on track, not playing mind games, mouthing off or wishing others bad luck.

Forza forever.

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