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June 18th, 2013
Kimi Raikkonen may insist that Lotus cannot dig any deeper, but the squad needs to address its form quickly as its Formula 1 championship challenge risks stalling.
June 11th, 2013
Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali believes his team has to focus on its own performance if it is to catch Red Bull and Sebastian Vettel in the 2013 title race.
June 11th, 2013
Pirelli has hit out at Red Bull for again criticising its tyres on the back of a dominant performance from Sebastian Vettel in the Canadian Grand Prix. Vettel took a lights-to-flag victory in Montreal as low tyre degradation meant he could push harder and unleash the full potential of his RB9. However, after celebrating a win that extended his championship lead over Fernando Alonso to 36 points, Vettel was still critical of Pirelli’s tyres, suggesting that he has concerns about their safety.
June 10th, 2013
Sebastian Vettel’s victory in the Canadian Grand Prix showed that he is still improving as a driver, according to his Red Bull boss Christian Horner. The triple world champion took his third win of the season in Montreal with the biggest winning margin of the campaign that helped open up a 36-point advantage in the drivers’ standings.
June 9th, 2013
Sebastian Vettel says his dominant win in the Canadian Grand Prix shows Red Bull’s complaints about this year’s Formula 1 tyres were perfectly justified. The German driver cruised to his third victory of the season in Montreal, winning by over 14 seconds from Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso
June 8th, 2013
Sebastian Vettel says he is not too worried about the conditions for Sunday’s Canadian Grand Prix, as he reckons he can be strong both in the dry and in the wet. The Red Bull driver secured his third pole position of the season in a rain-hit qualifying in Montreal, putting an end to Mercedes’ run of four consecutive poles
June 7th, 2013
Sebastian Vettel expects Ferrari to be a threat for victory again in the Canadian Grand Prix given the Italian squad’s practice pace . Ferrari had a tough Monaco GP a fortnight ago, with Fernando Alonso only able to finish seventh. But the Spaniard topped Friday practice in Montreal, and Red Bull driver Vettel reckons Ferrari looks rapid in both race trim and for single-lap speed.
June 6th, 2013
Sebastian Vettel has no doubts that Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will have had a ‘big help’ from their recent Pirelli tyre test. After welcoming the fact that the FIA has decided to open disciplinary proceedings against Mercedes for its running of a 2013 car at Barcelona last month, Vettel says that suggestions his rivals did not benefit cannot be taken seriously
June 6th, 2013
Fernando Alonso has warned Sebastian Vettel that the world championship leader’s luck must change soon. The Ferrari driver trails Vettel in the Formula 1 drivers’ standings by 29 points after his disappointing seventh place in the Monaco Grand Prix.
May 26th, 2013
Sebastian Vettel is satisfied with his second place from the Monaco Grand Prix , the German conceding that Nico Rosberg and Mercedes controlled the race.
May 22nd, 2013
Sebastian Vettel insists that Red Bull is not alone in being unhappy about Pirelli’s tyres, and thinks it unfair his team are being singled-out as whiners. Rivals have criticised Red Bull’s outspoken views on the impact of more aggressive tyres this year, even though it is leading the constructors’ championship and Vettel is on top of the drivers’ standings. The team’s stance was further questioned after the Spanish Grand Prix when owner Dietrich Mateschitz suggested F1 was no longer ‘racing’ because Vettel stopped four times – even though he adopted a similar tactic to win the race in 2011.
May 12th, 2013
Sebastian Vettel is certain Red Bull’s only deficit is in tyre management after slumping to fourth in the Spanish Grand Prix. The champion team could not keep its Pirellis intact as effectively as Ferrari and Lotus at Barcelona. Fernando Alonso got ahead of Vettel in the first pit sequence, and he later fell behind Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa as well
May 12th, 2013
Fernando Alonso sent the Spanish Grand Prix crowd into ecstasy as the Ferrari driver and home hero charged to his first Barcelona victory since 2006. Kimi Raikkonen’s Lotus emerged as Alonso’s main rival, while Sebastian Vettel and the front-row-starting Mercedes faded in the race
May 10th, 2013
Sebastian Vettel says he is not overly concerned by Ferrari’s early form ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix. While the German was fastest in a dry second practice , Fernando Alonso ended the session just 17 thousandths of a second down the road. The Spaniard had earlier led Felipe Massa home in a Ferrari one-two in mixed conditions in FP1
April 25th, 2013
Red Bull thinks that the Formula 1 title battle is still a four-way fight, even though it is leading both championships after the first flyaways. Sebastian Vettel is the only driver to have won more than one race so far this season, and he currently holds a 10-point advantage in the drivers’ standings over Kimi Raikkonen. Although Red Bull’s rivals are convinced that the RB9 is the out-and-out fastest car, the Milton Keynes-based team is less sure about the situation
April 22nd, 2013
Red Bull still wants Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli to change its tyres for the remainder of the season, even though it triumphed at the Bahrain Grand Prix . Sebastian Vettel extended his championship lead to 10 points with a dominant performance at Sakhir to prove that Red Bull had got on top of the more aggressive tyre compounds being used this year
April 21st, 2013
Sebastian Vettel breezed to his second victory of the 2013 Formula 1 season in the Bahrain Grand Prix. The world champion thrust his Red Bull to the front amid spectacular early dicing, then left the action behind
April 20th, 2013
Sebastian Vettel admitted there was no way he could have matched Nico Rosberg’s shock pole time in Bahrain Grand Prix qualifying . The world champion’s Red Bull will share the front row with Rosberg’s Mercedes, which did two laps good enough for pole. Vettel was ultimately 0.2 seconds slower than his countryman, but said he was satisfied
April 20th, 2013
Fernando Alonso put Ferrari back on top in the final free practice session ahead of Bahrain Grand Prix qualifying. The Chinese GP winner produced a 1m33.247s lap on the softer medium tyres seven minutes from the end, and it proved unbeatable. Earlier in the session Alonso had spun wildly out of Turn 2 while on a hard tyre run.
April 18th, 2013
Sebastian Vettel is surprised at Pirelli’s decision to drop the soft compound tyre for the Bahrain Grand Prix.