F1 » 'Flying' Vettel dedicates win to parents


Sebastian Vettel: It's very special to me that they were here this weekend. I love them very much...

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rob01

November 04, 2013 6:02 PM

i dont think he made a big point to dedicate the win to his parents. the announcer made the observation that tbey were in attendance and vettel answered very nicely that it was great they came. it then became vettel dedicated his win to them by the media. it was great tbey were there but idont believe he wanted to dedicate his win that day to the parents..he had Not done that for the last 4 years.

FVA47

November 04, 2013 6:16 PM

Good for him. He's clearly on another level to the other teams and drivers and putting in a lot of hard work to stay where he is. The only yardstick we have is his team mate.-- I firmly believe that his success is down to being totally single minded and working well with his engineers not prancing about the P.R. circuit and hanging about with celebrities like certain other drivers do!

Murhp64

November 05, 2013 5:10 AM

Joat, if he was my son I'd be very proud of him.
Nothing wrong with being a mummy or daddy's boy.

I think finally people are seeing the down to earth guy he is, he even protects his girl friend from the public view, pity some other don't do the same and concentrate on there racing more, just a thought.

roadburner

November 05, 2013 8:54 AM

Awesome. This shows exactly the sort of character necessary to become a champion. As a German, I'm so proud of this guy. Good upbringing, loves his parents and not afraid to say it, which is the sign of a real man. What more could anyone want?

Yes Yes Yes Leave Me Alone

November 05, 2013 10:47 AM

Very nice touch from Seb, I also like that his parents don't appear to be cut throat business people like Mr Hamilton and Button - they seem like small town people who can't believe they are lucky enough to be stood in an F1 pit lane - really nice to see.

I have to say, Seb is becoming an example to the others on AND off the track.

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