F1 » RBR not letting 'spoilt' Vettel learn from his mistakes

Jacques Villeneuve warns Red Bull that by not admonishing Sebastian Vettel for the mistakes he has made, they could be destroying his chances of claiming F1 2010 title glory.

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October 25, 2010 7:55 AM

jaques villeneuve spent his first f1 season in a championship winning williams getting beaten to a world championship by his team mate.
he then won a title the following year in an adrian newey williams that was the stand out car on the grid, and with no real pressure from his team mate he made hard work (a little like red bull) of taking the title after plenty of mistakes and misfortune, webber did more than could be expected on his f1 debut, finishing fifth in a minardi out of seven runners was an impressive debut, but he also took out his team mate (christian klein) in jaguars final f1 race, got beaten by his williams team mate (nick heidfeld) and got upset with nico rosberg when nico showed speed, and at the begining of this season hit more cars than hamilton and vettel combined. since then however he has been error free until korea

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