KoolMonkey, on 27 September 2013 - 08:17 AM, said:
Lewis is full of sh*t. He's a tosser and will not be considered a F1 great. No matter how many rap star "friends", hussy girlfriends, ugly dogs and gold chains the guy wears, he's a mug. It's easy for him to say this when he's not in a winning car, but there isn't a driver around who wouldn't want to be in Sebs position.
I thought what Seb said was actually funny. Bring on the Boo Bus. If that is their only joy in life, they are on the losing end I can tell you that. Vettel is pwning in F1, and some of us can see how good he really is. It's not all about the car, or Webber would be coming in 2nd each and every race. He's not.
I honestly think more people are being clued into things and seeing Webber for what he really is, and Seb for how good he really is. WebRic you're a good example of this. It's ok you "hate" Vettel, you don't have to like him, but you also know how good he is and are against the booing. Others are out there too. If he keeps this up, I guarantee you, he will win more fans due to his restraint and still being able to win.
He doesn't crack under pressure, unlike Emirates Team New Zealand who have to now go down as the greatest chokers in the history of any sport contest in the world.
Lol @ the kiwi joke, but your right, this is the composure of true greats, I mean look at Schumi, he reagularly got blasted for his actions (whether on purpose or not) and yet seemed to just get better and better. But even Schumi wasn't able win as consistantly, but that opens another debate on how much reliability has changed. Vettel just seems to be on a whole other level in terms of his mindset,preparation and ability to deliver time and time again. He knows that winning a Grand Prix starts with qualify on a Saturday. Like I've said before, his ability to push on cold tyres is the skill that is giving him these results. He can pull out what ever lead he likes in the first handful of laps and that's where the race is usually won for him as rivals struggle to keep anywhere near him on the opening laps. He also is a very smart racer taking chances when needed to get to where he has to go. Like he sees it a step ahead before it happens.thays the biggest thing he improved on right away, and that was his stupid mistakes he use to make. But they all have to learn I suppose.
Edited by WebRic, 27 September 2013 - 10:27 AM.