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A couple of years ago, when Vettel almost earned the title of 'crash kid' and was, in my view, extremely lucky to win his first title, i had my doubts about him, but not anymore. I think he is a great driver and, although still extremely lucky (as seen again in Brazil), he's proved his skill, bravery and resilience beyond doubt (at least for me).
But the combination of that Red Bull and the way he drives, which just seem to be the perfect fit, he may not find in another car, so it would be interesting to see him move on at some point, to see how he might react to, essentially, not having Adrian Newey at the helm.