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


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How is it that Stewart considered Prost among the greatest, yet Vettel is not? Prost won Championships only when in the best car, FACT. Prost had his greatest season in an Adrian Newey designed masterpiece, yet people aren't discounting his achievement. The bottom line is that Vettel has raced for three teams in F1 and has scored points for each, none of which were the best upon his debut. He has exceeded all reasonable expectations and delivered results. I can see the underlying motivation for Stewart, who sees a driver easily eclipsing his personal achievements. But then again, Stewart has often been critical of nearly every driver who displays a skill set that is beyond his own. It must be difficult to get old and bitter.



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