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Sebastian Vettel

Vettel thinks critics “disrespectful&...

Jun 05, 2014No Comments

Sebastian Vettel says questioning his credentials as a quadruple world champion is “disrespectful”. After four consecutive titles successes, culminating in the ultra-dominant second half of

Vettel expects engine penalties later in th...

Jun 02, 2014No Comments

Sebastian Vettel has admitted his 2014 troubles are far from over. The world champion said that even if his run of poor reliability ends soon,

McLaren to try something different for the ...

May 30, 2014No Comments

Rumours are continuing to swirl around the McLaren team. In Monaco, former team champion Alain Prost urged the struggling British outfit to “do something a

Webber-like luck ‘can’t go on&#...

May 27, 2014No Comments

After four consecutive world championships, Sebastian Vettel’s fall from grace has been swift in 2014. Although a chassis change after China appeared to have worked

Driver ‘crash’ discussed at Mer...

May 22, 2014No Comments

A Mercedes ‘get-together’ did not go unnoticed in the Monaco harbour on Wednesday. The scene was former F1 driver Gerhard Berger’s luxury boat, but on

Domenicali called Vettel after resignation

May 21, 2014No Comments

Stefano Domenicali has been quoted as saying he phoned world champion Sebastian Vettel on the day he stepped down as Ferrari boss. Until now, Domenicali

Old chassis was faulty – Vettel

May 16, 2014No Comments

Sebastian Vettel has admitted there was “something wrong” with his original 2014 chassis. After Barcelona, where the German impressed at the wheel of Red Bull’s

Fatigue and frustration hurt Vettel’s...

May 14, 2014No Comments

Part of Sebastian Vettel’s struggle so far in 2014 is “fatigue” after four consecutive world championship triumphs. That is the view of Gerhard Berger, a