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'Ferrari move may be wrong for Vettel'

Bernie Ecclestone says Sebastian Vettel shouldn't join Ferrari because of who they are but rather should sign with a team capable of winning more titles. Vettel claimed a fourth Drivers' Championship this season when he beat Ferrari's Fernando Alonso to the title - and did so with three races to spare. In fact such was Vettel's dominance in the second half of the season that he set a new record for the most successive wins in one season, nine. Asked if Vettel's fourth title came as a 'surprise', Ecclestone told Gazzetta dello Sport: "No. "Sebastian has qualities that the others do not possess and he fully deserved it. "You don't only have to look at what he did on track but...
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