F1 » Vettel: I messed up, I'm sorry

Sebastian Vettel: I owe an explanation to Mark and to the team and that's it. Everyone else obviously has the right to have their own opinions but for sure it is not a victory that I'm very proud of because it should have been Mark's.

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trent - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 3:09 PM

yawn yawn yawn yawn . i guess the majority of posters on here also teach at st barthomweles primary school,in tunbridge wells . everybody gets a medal for competing . its not the winning , its the taking part . blah blah blah liberal rubbish . the history books will show vettal won and the aussie fossil didnt . the rest is unimportant . winners win , the rest don't matter .

Tony - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 3:21 PM
Last Edited 1054 days ago

Seeing as this is now a team sport the FIA have decided there will be no drivers championship. At least 4 people were told not to overtake each other, how is this racing.
If Hamilton had done this, all the comments would have been he is a racer. FACT.

cknopp - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 3:29 PM

This is exactly why Sebastian Vettel is 3xWDC, and Webber is not.

Why is everyone crying about a driver ignoring team orders and giving the fans the best racing of the weekend?

Oh yeah, you are simply Vettel haters.


March 24, 2013 3:31 PM

Webber is just a sore loser, always has been. If he was half as good as he seems to think he is then he would have won a least 1 world title. He needs to stop throwing his teddy and realise where he sits in the team. If he didn't like being passed by Seb, then why did he not retake the lead????

Observer - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 3:34 PM
Last Edited 1054 days ago

@Alan Morin. His greedy need to stand on the top podium? Are you talking about his desire to win? I thought that was exactly why he is so successful. Maybe that greedy need is why he is a three time WDC. I'm loving how losing and giving up places suddenly became the signs of a great driver. Aren't you the same folk who always praise Senna as the greatest ever? Is anyone else seeing a double standard here. Hamilton ofcourse is being praised for being gracious in benefiting from team orders. The fact remains he stole the thunder from Hamilton. Who was supposed to be the chosen one and bring unparalleled glory in F1.

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Pole Position - Unregistered

March 24, 2013 3:36 PM

Even the Vettel fanboys can't defend him. This just proves that incident in Turkey wasn't a one off. He is a spoilt brat and isn't different than any other driver on the grid. I love it keep up the good work "finger". You have so much integrity. lol

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