Vettel needs taking down a peg or three. Almost as much a tosser as Hamilton.
Thing is, like him, or loathe him - he is fast. Much as I tend to personally prefer Webber over Vettel, you'd have to say, Vettel pulled away from Webber in 2010, and never looked back.
Although I think this latest contretemps is revealing of Vettel, and suggestive that he believes he is beyond the team's machinations, I can't help but think he'll largely be tolerated.
I'd rather watch Webber knock him out and Fernando batter Hamilton than the racing tbh.
I reckon Webber could take Vettel, too - and I suspect he's not quite enough of a faster runner to get away. Fernando against Hamilton? Hmmm.... not sure, I want to think Fred could take him, but maybe Hamilton has hidden depths - or maybe that's just the faux urban attitude he comes out with in slightly more informal situations.
Here's the question - Schumacher storming down the pitlane Spa '98 - chin, or no chin, I reckon he could have taken Coulthard.
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