Sebastian Vettel can stop the booing if he just proves his undoubted talent outside the dominant Red Bull cockpit.
That is the advice of admirer Marc Surer, a former grand prix driver who now commentates for the German broadcaster Sky.
"He has the speed, the consistency and always gets the most out of it," Swiss Surer said in Korea.
"In my opinion that's what distinguishes him from Fernando Alonso, who sometimes falters in qualifying, or Lewis Hamilton, who is too inconsistent."
Recent booing, however, has taken the shine off Vettel's recent success, including a hat-trick of increasingly dominant wins at Spa, Monza and Singapore.
"For him, a change would be...
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