F1 » Vettel disappointed with start to the season


Reigning F1 champion Sebastian Vettel wanted a better start to 2013 than he managed in Australia, but was still trying to look on the bright side.

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jimmy c - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 12:43 PM

Hopefully this is the year vettel gets found out, he only wins when the car is light years better than the rest, he's not in the same league as F A,Kimi or lewis

Equin0x - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 3:57 PM

Yeah sure Vettel will get found out, you will find out he will challenge and probably win the title yet again, just because the tyres didn't work this time round doesn't mean much, the fact is Kimi might have the measure of Alonso but not Vettel, and Hamilton?? What are you on about he is slower on pace than Rosberg.

markfrankhamf1

March 17, 2013 4:07 PM

You can't really compare today's f1 to the MS days. .then Ferrari had the regs buttoned up. .much like Bramham in the 80's..For the greater good of the sport, its not possible now. .what excites me is the .5 between SV and LH ..it's gonna be a vintage season!

markfrankhamf1

March 17, 2013 4:29 PM

The regs have been basically untouched since 2009. .exploitation has been exhausted. The likes of Mr Newey will have little more to do with the 2013 cars. .it's gonna be down to driver talent & there inner teams to battle it out. .the bright light today is Lotus seemingly conquering the type issue. .One swallow doesn't mean a summer much like one race doesn't paint the end at Intergalargos

Me - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 5:57 PM

Higher, faster, better..
At least he told the truth.
It' s normal- if he was so succeed so always will not only be expected more from him but also he should expect more especially from himself.
They had good result today.

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