News Details

Vettel not giving up on 2018 title

Sep.19 According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the highly influential Italian sports daily, Sebastian Vettel said "Ciao Mondiali" to his hopes in Singapore. It means goodbye to the world championship, but neither the German driver, his Ferrari boss, or his former chief at Red Bull agree that it's quite over yet. Vettel fell a full 40 points behind Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton in Singapore, but Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene said that with six races still to go, the Maranello team won't give up. "Nothing is lost," he insisted. "We'll be calm and determined for the last races and fight to the end." Christian Horner, Vettel's former boss at Red Bull where he won all...
Full Story »

You May Also Be Interested In...

Zanardi thinks Vettel's title charge over

Sep.18 Alex Zanardi has joined the Italian media in declaring Sebastian...
9mo ago from

Vettel: My biggest enemy in F1 2018 is me

Sebastian Vettel has taken full responsibility for his string of mistakes...
9mo ago from

Newey: Vettel feeling the pressure of title challenge

Red Bull chief technical officer Adrian Newey believes that Sebastian...
9mo ago from

Hamilton 'proud' to avoid Vettel's mistakes

Lewis Hamilton says he is "proud" to have avoided making the...
9mo ago from

Elsewhere On The Network

Popular On

Popular On

Seamer: No further talks on GC IndyCar return

The prospect of IndyCar returning to the Gold Coast next year appears to...
6h ago from

Popular On

Breen and Nagle to Make One Off Hyundai WRC Appearance

Craig Breen and Paul Nagle will return to the FIA World Rally Championship...

Popular On

FIFA referees chief Pierluigi Collina sparks row with...

FIFA referees chief Pierluigi Collina has sparked a row with the Premier...
10h ago from

[Video] 'Signing of the season' - Arsenal fan...

Summer signing Lucas Torreira looked to be the man who had solved...

Win an invite to our Family Festival

Our favourite annual family event is back! Enter now for your chance to...
16h ago from

'Arsenal need centre-backs immediately'

Kieran Tierney would be a welcome signing for Arsenal, but they need to...
10h ago from



Hottest News


Recent News



2014 is not responsible for the news headlines and associated descriptions and images it indexes, the content of externally linked sites or the comments & postings of its users.

This website is unofficial and is not associated in any way with the Formula One group of companies. F1, FORMULA ONE, FORMULA 1, FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, GRAND PRIX and related marks are trade marks of Formula One Licensing B.V.