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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equator180 - Unregistered

March 18, 2013 12:40 AM

Last year Pirelli made a statement that Red Bull was exceeding the "safe" camber limit they recommended for the tires. This of course helped in the cornering and Red Bull was supreme in this department. Perhaps Red Bull is finding the excessive camber will not work with these tires...just a thought

Dan - Unregistered

March 18, 2013 8:41 AM

Great start to the year, hopefully Alonso can finally win the title for Ferrari after coming so close twice! Also funny how Ricard hasn't commented on this, yet he's very quick to comment on Hamilton and Alonso no matter what they say.
Looks like another year of praise for wonderboy :p

Alex - Unregistered

March 18, 2013 1:18 PM

@Dumper - Unregistered

Vettel is not the self-entitled ***** you people try to to make him out to be.

I watched the race and interviews, which is very different from this article, so don't know where this article came from ....

He actually said "(that you) have to admit that sometimes other people are faster” and “we were third-quickest today and very happy to get third place.” He felt that "starting from pole position, sure one wanted a bit more but there's no reason to be disappointed."

In fact, i just did a search online, most Captions were the opposite of this one.

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