F1 » Hamilton: Vettel won’t run away with it


Lewis Hamilton warns Sebastian Vettel that he won't have it all his own way in the race for the 2013 F1 title

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Equin0x - Unregistered

April 26, 2013 11:54 AM

So there are still these excuse bearing hamilton fans saying its Newey Newey Newey, well drivers like Kimi drove 5 Newey cars in a row and also Webber has driven 7 Newey cars and they've won 0 titles in it. Newey is overrated its drivers like Vettel, Senna and Schumacher that stands out, get over it. Oh yeah is this hamilton still talking garbage I hear? give it up you're lucky you're not actually in the Redbull and worse than Webber, deal with Rosberg properly first, concentrate on that, leave the title fights to vettel, Alonso and Kimi.

oldtimer - Unregistered

April 26, 2013 6:11 PM

He may not run away with it but I think he will win it by a comfortable margin. Redbull get it right more ofter than the others that's why Vettell has been champion three times.

35edme

April 26, 2013 10:52 PM

I thought that Vettel also stated as much. Also Lotus suggesting that they were going to pressure Seb into mistakes. Red Bull naming Ferrari,Lotus,Mercedes and possibly McLaren as challengers with Horner singling out Lotus as his main concern would suggest that fair minded people don't expect Red Bull, Vettel to have things all their own way. How is this different from Hamiltons comment.

Terminator - Unregistered

April 27, 2013 6:16 AM

Why don't you just shut your month up, and concentrate on your own season instead of always talking about Vettel?
Ok, yes, he won't run away with the championship, but you cannot do anything about that, it will be Kimi and Fernando who will stop him, not you Lewis.

F1 Rules! - Unregistered

April 27, 2013 9:43 AM

Red Bull must have another couple of geniuses in that engineering department, apart from Newey. It can't just be him alone doing it. They are able to take everything the opposition throws at them and come back stronger every time. They've lost Ciaran Pilbeam to Lotus, but another engineer has taken his place seamlessly (although he's made a couple of wrong decisions on Webber's car).

Personally, Vettel wants to match Schumacher and he can possibly win a 4th straight - and maybe even come back for a 5th straight.

It's up to the others to up their game!

John - Unregistered

April 27, 2013 4:22 PM

Red Bull are strong in all areas. Engineering, strategy, pit stops - and they have the best team of drivers on the grid. If Webber drove for Ferrari instead of Massa they'd have taken the WCC last year.

Gareth - Unregistered

April 27, 2013 5:48 PM

Hes confident ill give him that, I think like last season red bull will eventually find their speed again, vettel will win title again im sure of it, the car is too fast in corners and F1 is all about corners.

frankc - Unregistered

April 28, 2013 11:08 PM

I agree with Hamilton on this one. Seb has had a significant car advantage for a while. tyres have curtailed the dominance of adrian newey this year and it should be a lot closer thia season. the development race will be critical this year, the only difference is the others arent trying to close a 1 sec gap to red bull it is mere tenths. At some stage in the year the 2014 devlopment pressure will surface it depends on which team manages it better.

John - Unregistered

April 28, 2013 11:38 PM

"the only difference is the others arent trying to close a 1 sec gap to red bull it is mere tenths"


The RB has never been 1 second faster, in ANY year. Last year it wasn't the fastest car. It's too soon to say for sure but it may not be the fastest car this year either.

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