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Sebastian Vettel: I don't think we approach the weekend as if there's nothing to gain.

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October 31, 2013 11:53 PM

Crash/Vettel brought it up, Bmendon! :-)

I used to love F1, when Schumi blasted with a superior Ferrari in early 2000's, as I was a Schumi fan and believed in his abilities.. Now I just hate F1, as Vettel winning in his sleep (with a hugely superior car, obviously)! as I am not a Vettel fan :-(


November 01, 2013 12:06 AM

I doubt that Vettel has ever drove a such superior car like the Ferrari F2002 or even the Ferrari F2004. At the time Schumacher didn't needed DRS or degrading tyres to overtake the others simply as he did many times. He didn't get as many poles at the time because from time to time Michelin had the upper hand but on race pace the car was phenomenal, Barrichello could tell you a few things about that. But I must admit that at the time there was no doubt that Schumacher was the very best driver on the grid, unlike now that some people does think that Alonso or Raikkonen or Hamilton are as good or superior to Vettel.


November 01, 2013 6:30 AM
Last Edited 827 days ago

I must be a sad tragic, but feel the nervous tension as I wait for the red lights to go out and watch to see who survives/excels in the mayhem of the first few turns. Then I watch with fascination the various team strategies and how the individual battles unfold. I can't get enough of it.


November 01, 2013 9:07 AM


I like the start and always watch the small teams. Like when Senna got the HRT into 10th in Australia.

When Perez chased down Alonso. At the front you rarely se great wheel to wheel stuff. But to se strategies in the wet. So I agree with you.

So there is always something to gain even on the last lap at Brazil

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