F1 » Vettel: I don’t apologise for winning

Sebastian Vettel says he is sorry for putting himself above his team at Sepang - but isn't sorry for winning the Malaysian Grand Prix

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April 10, 2013 6:23 PM

Exactly Seb, That is why Red Bull employ you. TO WIN.
Cant say I like Vettel, but it is true. He is not employed to drive around and settle for a place. I look forward to Webber proving to us he is worthy of a win, by actually WINNING a race this year.


April 10, 2013 7:06 PM
Last Edited 1031 days ago

Good for Sebastian! This whole crap about Team orders is stupid! If Mark Webber couldn't run at 100% anymore but Vetel obviously could then what is the big deal? Why was Webber tuned down in the final laps? His beef and everyone's beef should be with the team that tuned down Webber's car. Not Vettel's fault that he kept his car well enough to win. Isn't that the objective here after all? Stupid silly stuff F1 has turned out to be. Let them race their cars 'til the end! Oh, and shame on Mercedes for telling Nico to stay put too!

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