F1 » Coulthard: I'll be surprised if Vettel doesn't win title again


David Coulthard believes Sebastian Vettel's 38-point buffer could be enough to ensure he wins the F1 drivers' title again...

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mrfill

August 11, 2013 11:05 AM

I did drop off half way through but woke up to notice...
"The name Ferrari is a wonderful name but winning grands prix and World Championships is more wonderful,"

He's won as many World Championships as I have :)

Jim Clausen

August 11, 2013 6:26 PM

Joat,

There's a good chance of that if Red Bull can keep Adrian Newey and he stays motivated. Somewhere out there is another Newey, anxious to prove himself. Nothing stays the same. Remember when Williams had the dominate car, some twenty years ago?

Corkey

August 11, 2013 7:53 PM

It's a safe bet to say he will win the championship again this season. The Red Bull is a very consistent and complete car (unless you're Mark Webber). I can't see Merc or Lotus catching and overtaking them in terms of development and raw pace.

Americano

August 11, 2013 8:03 PM

DC is right to think that SV will win he's 4th Drivers Title... I think that this years Title will be easier than last years Championship Title, and seemlier to 2011... And as much as I love Ferrari I dont think they have the car to beat SV in the RB9, and Lotus just dosent look consistent enough ether... Finaly: I do think that SV will one day pilot the Suderia Ferrari but thats just to put the cherry on hes cake... Hope you agree

Infallible

August 12, 2013 1:54 AM

Nice to see Vettel getting his just due as a man of remarkable talent. The only question that remains is who will Vettal run out of the sport next now that we won't have Webber to kick around now?

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