F1 » Vettel: We’ll treat whispers with sense of humour


Sebastian Vettel has laughed off suggestions that his Red Bull team have found a loophole in the regulations in order to run a form of traction control.

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Googolplex

October 04, 2013 5:28 AM

I respect Seb for his talent, discipline and professionalism, but I miss the James Hunts and Eddie Irvines of this world who ensured F1 in their time did not suffer from straight laced boringness.

intheredcorner

October 04, 2013 9:22 AM

nice article originating from AMus translated to english on tj13 entitled 'Red Bulls clever mechanical systems explained', Red Bull and Vettel work as hard as everyone up and down the pit lane, they appear to be working more efficiantly than the rest.

Yes Yes Yes Leave Me Alone

October 04, 2013 10:46 AM

I sense Vettel is getting a bit annoyed at the constant under-estimation of his talent - and rightly so in my opinion.

He is a fantastic driver, who is about to become a 4 time world champion - whether he 'had' the best car or not in 2010/2011, it takes a lot of development, drive, focus etc to still have the best car today, and that doesn't just come from the team - they need his feedback, and he must be extremely good at that too.

Googolplex

October 04, 2013 12:49 PM

I agree YYYLMA, I saw Vettel at the 2011 Singapore GP, at the restart after the safety car late in the race, absolutely rip out about 3 or 4 laps to destroy the field. The guy is an extraordinary talent. He can drive the legs off a car in bursts when needed better than anyone. The sooner we recognise that the sooner we will recognise RBR would not be nearly as dominant without such a sensational driver. That doesn't mean I like him mind you.

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