NigelErnestJamesMansellOBE Nigel Mansell
Those are very interesting assertions but seem to simplify the situation significantly, especially in terms of the thought processes undergone in coming to the conclusions cited in the article. Firstly, it should be noted that the interview, held over a brisk morning tea consisting of three different tyes of breakfast muffins, one of which had a distinct toffee aroma reminding me of a specific incident in my childhood where I was deprived of Sunday treats due to a minor indiscretion at a family event, was one in which subject matters were generally raised by the interviewer, a young and rather sprightly gentleman whose enthusiasm and engagement are sure to aid a quick rise up the journalism ranks, rather than the interviewee. Thus the matter of Sebastian Vettel's credentials was put forth by the aforementioned reporter, and was simply responded to and elaborated upon by my own furthering of the conversation in that direction. As such, any suggestion that my observations on Mr. Vettel's prospects should be seen in any way as revelatory is misguided at best, and misleading at worst.