jamsbong wrote:ISLAMATRON wrote:Vettle just needs to STFU...
I think Vettel who speaks his thoughts openly is more real than many drivers who speaks for what they've been told. Alonso vs. Hamilton was great drama. it was really fun and thats because Alonso refused to be treated like a fool and spoke out the politics behind Mclaren. But Massa vs. Hamilton, not really fun coz they are like robots... "Affirmative, I will comply"
I personally doubt Vettel would complaint if he had 2-stops. He had already conceived that he made the mistake in first lap and so to complaint about 2-stop would be ridiculous.
Alonso did nothin but make excuses for his inability to outrace a rookie and blame it on the team. It was not politics that made Alonso use his car as a lawnmower in Canada or a pinball in Japan. Alonso could have been in a championship level car last year, but it is more important for him to be the number 1 driver than to have a good car under him. HAmilton & Massa speak their mind... its just that their minds arent full of --- like Alonso's is. We've heard Alonso bad mouth every team & nearly every teammate he's ever had.
Speaking your mind is not a bad thing, unless you are speaking out of turn like Alonso usually does or Vettle is doing in this case.
Webber raced his strategy better than Vettle did today, point blank period.