Thursday, September 29, 2011

Horner hopes, Sebastian Vettel to stay in the Red Bull's

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has played down talk of Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel switching to rivals Ferrari.Vettel, 24, is one point away from...
becoming the sport's youngest double championship winner, and the German has previously stated a desire to drive for Italian marque Ferrari in the future.But Horner, who has been at the British-based team since 2005, dismissed suggestions a switch could be imminent and expressed his desire to keep hold of Vettel for many seasons to come

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone echoed Horner's sentiments, and claimed humility was key to Vettel's success. "Sebastian has an absolute will to succeed but has stayed very grounded," said Ecclestone. "No win, however big, will stop him being grounded. "That is immensely important in this business. Seb is relaxed and will always remain true to himself -- that is why things come easy." Vettel will look to wrap up the drivers' title at the Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka on October 9

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