F1 » Vettel: Maybe in four or five years I'll want to stop


Despite his outstanding success in F1 and what looks certain to be a second consecutive drivers' crown this year, Sebastian Vettel admits he could walk away from the sport before he is 30.


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Cool KA - Unregistered

September 12, 2011 5:47 AM

It is rather strange to note several comments about how things have come easily for Seb, he can only win in a top flight car, does not have a competent team mate to measure up. When was the last time a non-desecript car won any F1 grand prix - Toro Rosso. When & where - 2008 in Monza. Who - Seb ! He can only win from the front - did any of you watch what he did to Alonso at Monza yesterday?! For those that feel that he's not motivated enough - well, youngest in pretty much everything he's achieved in F1 till date. He's looking for simple pleasures in life - VW van for a car, purely for comfort not a Bugatti Veyron, that will run out of gas in 1 top speed run, probably wants to know what WRC, Le Mans, Nascar et al have to offer rather than drive in F1 for the next 3 decades ! No wonder he's friends with Kimi !

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