Absolutely. If one gets down to brass tacks, a Vettel era can be guaranteed based on on the rest of the team dynamic as much as the performance of the car and his personal driving skills. If there is an established understanding within the team, every aspect of the race can be focused on keeping the other teams behind and the top driver in front.raymondu999 wrote:Let's face it - that's a better scenario than having a Massa-Alonso situation or a Button-Hamilton situation.
I think 2010 is a year that really transform Vettel from a boy into a man. The highlight will be how well he handled the pressure at Abu Dhabi 2010, whenraymondu999 wrote:I'm not saying Vettel is now the alpha and omega of drivers - but he's definitely a stronger driver now than he was in 2010.
At the rate Vettel has been improving, I wouldn't rule it out. Isn't that a mark of a great driver? One that can adapt themselves to take the best of everyone else and apply it when needed?raymondu999 wrote:Dear God you make him sound like Captain Marvel
Anyone remember Captain Marvel? He had: "the wisdom of Solomon; the strength of Hercules; the stamina of Atlas; the power of Zeus; the courage of Achilles; and the speed of Mercury"
Very true. Which is why the thread is labled "Vettel Era". Can Vettel continue his winning streak without Red Bull and/or Newey? The answer remains elusive!marcush. wrote:it´s a matter of RB or where he chooses to drive in the coming years.Career planning is more important than talent methinks.Can RB stay in front? how far does loyalty go for Seb?
Users browsing this forum: koolway, SiLo, TAG and 13 guests