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Posted 27 October 2011 - 07:01 AM
So we all knew Vettel would be so consistent as to wrap up his championship come Korea, I highly doubt that. This was predicted at 1st testing, when Ferrari was also showing very strong signs at being competitive. Give the fan his due....
Why? For doing math? All he/she had to do is assume Red Bull (Vettel) would win almost all the races and that would put you at Singapore-ish for the championship.
“We keep on working, we do our thing,” Vettel shouts over the team radio, “We are who we are!”
"Vettel is a champion. That’s not referring to his achievements, but rather to his approach to everything he does. He wins. All the time. His preparation is meticulous, his attention to detail reminiscent of Michael Schumacher at his peak, and his performance on the track is almost always flawless. Vettel is capable only of domination. He knows no other way... Vettel is not in Formula One to be liked. He is there to win. And in the words of Ayrton Senna, perhaps the greatest of all Formula One drivers, “Nice men don’t win.”"
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