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Kozeyekan

July 19, 2011 7:12 AM
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F1 » Vettel 'could be one of the best of all time'


MercedesGP Fan: Vettel won in an STR when the rules allowed for sharing of everything. The STR at the time was just a repainted RBR car. Now they cannot share any data or developments and are much more separate teams, with STR having the lower budget and less able people, thus having an inferior car. Vettel also managed to crash into Webber whilst driving an STR... Behind the safety car... Until Vettel can accomplish something amazing, he'll always be good, but not great. Senna going from 8th to 1st in one wet lap at donnington is amazing, Beating everyone by a second and a half in qualifying at monaco is amazing, Lapping faster and faster in a torrential downpour in Adelaide where most other drivers retired is amazing, what has Vettel done that would be worthy of a spot on the same highlight reel? Where are his astounding overtakes, examples of his intestinal fortitude? Glimpses of a rabid competitor? He's just a fast kid in a very fast car.


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