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Sebastian Vettel extends his stay with Red Bull Racing for at least one more season

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BiggestJohn

June 11, 2013 10:33 PM

Great news! Red Bull and Vettel are doing a great job dominating the circus. When you compare Vettel's and Webber's results you clearly see that Reb Bull wouldn't had won a single title if their leading driver was Webber with some paying driver as number 2.

BiggestJohn

June 11, 2013 10:35 PM

Richard... this idea that everyone driver wants to drive for Ferrari is fake news. Even Webber declined their invitation and only in the 2000s driving for Ferrari has become something special for some media outlets. Also he signed for an extra year because RB had a clause that gave them that option and they opted to make best use of it.

BiggestJohn

June 11, 2013 10:37 PM

Alonso is clearly not the same driver seems like he peaked last year and this year he's starting to fight to stay at his best. If you see from where Massa came to finish 8th and Alonso starting at the front only managed to get 2nd in the last few laps makes me wonder if Ferrari had Vettel in their car could he had won the race!

BiggestJohn

June 11, 2013 10:40 PM

Why are people disagreeing with Cryonbrian? He said Jenson 'COULD' win not that he would win! We all know Webber can't but Jenson although I think he wouldn't always could because he will never drive that RB.

Taipan

June 11, 2013 11:49 PM

BiggestJ, So what previously registered account are you then?

It is every F1 drivers aim to become a successful Ferrari driver, few get the chance and even fewer become successful but they all want it, don't let their protestations fool you.
As for Alonso not being the driver he was last year, did you watch the Canadian GP?

benignlyindifferent

June 12, 2013 12:07 AM

Seb is young, and he is probably growing tired of hearing how he only wins because of the car he drives. So, a switch to another top team to prove his worth is natural. Name a top driver who has not? Most do, and so might he. I suspect he will move to Ferrari at some point in the future and if this move happens, will trigger quite the game of musical chairs. In two year's time the landscape of top drivers can change dramatically.

George Zaidan

June 12, 2013 1:58 AM

Vettel has proven he is the best, so what if his car is one of the best? should he lose a few races to please some sour grapes? live with it people he is knocking on Schumi's door and he will get there. Some people just love to hate the success of others, but that's in their nature, so what, who cares?

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