Germany’s Sebastian Vettel, reigning world champion in Formula 1, still considers his compatriot Michael Schumacher as his model, he said Thursday in a German magazine.
“I still see it as a model and I believe he can achieve something big (this season). I hope it will not be too large: it is 2nd in Championship 2011, it’s OK for me “said Red Bull driver magazine ADAC Motorwelt.
For its part, the seven-time world champion returned to competition in 2010 with Mercedes, said in the same magazine he was 42 years old “yet good enough ” to drive in F1, or even seek to end the championship the world.
Nine of the 2010 Championship, “Schumi” described the car last season as “a sick child could no longer care. ”
“This season I think we can target the podium and why not Grand Prix victories (…) Speaking of world title is still unrealistic, ” he said.
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