F1 » Vettel: Nothing says I’ll stay forever

Sebastian Vettel says there is nothing to say he will stay with Red Bull forever - but also states that there is currently no reason why he'd want to leave

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truthman - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 10:59 AM

Whilst a good driver..he certainly not a great.
He is just lucky to be in the right team at the right time.
Anybody on the grid could win in his car........
He'll go wherever Newey goes.

cris - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 11:41 AM


I am no Vettel fan but you got to give him credit. I agree with you that he has the best car for the past 3 years but so is Webber, then why is Webber no where? maybe because there are no equal treatment? that is a possibility but its also possible that Vettel is a much better driver than Webber. And yes he is in the right team at the right time, and so is Hamilton is 2008, its also true that if he is in a Ferrari or Mclaren he would not have won 3 titles, may 1 but not three. I still believe that Alonso is the currently, just by looking at last year with a verified bad car ( nobody can say otherwise ), he still managed to be 2nd, what if he is on a Redbull, that would be scary indeed.

Wade - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 11:51 AM

But how many podiums did Webber have before Red Bull became a race-winning car (2009)?

So you've gotta say that it's partly down to the car, not completely, but partly. It just took Newey a few years to get it right.

corkey - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 1:08 PM


While I hate Vettel, I have to disagree. He may be in the best overall car but you must give him credit for what he has achieved.

He's been clever in saying what he has done. He is keeping his options open, but it will also make RBR strive to keep him in the team by not ruling out a move.

rob01 - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 1:09 PM

rich, no one belives that Vettel has NOT had a car at least equal to the competition or well above for the last 4 years. you're beating a dead horse on that one.

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