Vettel Alonso & Schumacher Not Equal

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Red Bull Racing driver Sebastian Vettel still dominate the standings Formula 1 2011. But according to Ferrari team principal, Stefano Domenicali, the defending champion has not exactly received the title of a leader and not worth synchronized with the two seniors, Fernando Alonso and Michael Schumacher.

Until the 12th series, Vettel nevertheless displaced from the top of the standings with 259 achievement points. Young German rider was recorded seven times won the race, reaching the podium four times in two and only one absent from the podium, when he finished fourth despite his own public appearances at the Nurburgring circuit.

Not a few racers who praised the brilliant achievement was born 24 years ago. But Ferrari team principal, Stefano Domenicali, it has other views on it thinks it is too early Vettel being called pemimpim.

Domenicali dismissed as Vettel dominance at the top of the standings. Italian men compared with two senior Vettel, Fernando Alonso and Ferrari's former Ferrari driver who is now defending the team's Mercedes Grand Prix, Michael Schumacher.

"Indeed, there are only two (role models) and they are Fernando Alonso and Michael Schumacher. I do not see there is another one, "said Domenicali as reported by Crash, Wednesday, September 7, 2011.

Domenicali insisted that Vettel has not been worth is equated with Alonso and Schumacher. According to him, Vettel was still too young and did not have a fighting spirit as the two seniors.

"Vettel has not become a leader. He was headed there and was approached, but currently there are only two (the leader). He does not like Michael and Fernando was too young and have not much experience. While both (Schumacher and Alonso) fighting like a lion to take the team lead, "close the 46-year man.


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