F1 » Stewart maintains view Vettel still isn't an F1 great


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I agree totally with Dan and Marty. @ Richard - How can you say he has proven his ability when he hasn't moved to a lesser team and "proved" himself. That's the real test that defines a driver if he can raise himself to the next level which the "greats" have all done. What we are saying is Sebs turn is coming up if he and his fanboys and critics regard him to become a "great". Like I said somewhere, I will call Seb a great IF he achieves it. Schu went to the Fez in 1996 and did some amazing things in that crap box. Seb has to prove he is on that or close to that level to become great, not just cause his fanboys say so. Also i agree to an extent you cant judge diff era drivers, but the fanboys are doing it with Sebs statistics and F1 is always the same in 1 car is the best and others can be crap...... That's how you know when the next superstar comes along because they do excellent in a crapbox which hasn't happened since Schumi.



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