Stirling Moss says Vettel is a modern day Fangio
The F1 legend who competed against Fangio in the 1950's has said that "Vettel is a modern Fangio, really, in Formula 1," and comparing to McLaren's British driver pairing he continued, "they are up there, but not as far as he is." When asked which McLaren driver will come out on top this year, Moss said, "Lewis does funny things, so one can't be sure. I would put my money on Jenson. Yes I would."
No frickin' way Sebastian, you'd have been crap in the 50's, it was pure driver talent. No stupid frickin' technology like your Red Bull to hide behind.
This coming from the guy who blamed his wing mirrors, the one and only non-technological part of the car, for taking out half the field last year.
My design team assure me that will no longer be an issue this year, due to the addition of an active opto-mechanical suspension-linked mirror vibration reduction system, as per Lewis' request.
Hmm, I believe Fangio had a simpler solution, it was called twisting his neck. You should try it Hamilton, or come over to my garage and I'll twist it for you.
You're not funny Nando, not like me, even Stirling Moss said I'm mega funny.
I think when he said you do "funny things" what he meant was "hilariously stupid". For example, when you try to be funny with bad Ali G jokes. Is it because you is bl...and?
I've seen your posters Hamilton, I even picked one up for myself, they were marketed as "dartboard-sized".
While I am in principle in favour of inter-era driver comparisons, it should be noted that in this instance there are a number of discrepancies that should be taken into consideration before coming to an ultimate conclusion, much like similarly flawed comparisons to my pole position record of 1992 which, in my opinion, casually disregard the driving style required to take advantage of a hydropneumatic active suspension system among other technoligical innovations of the time, not to mention the quality of the opposing teams or indeed the credentials of the subject's team-mate, who in my case was the Italian-born Riccardo Patrese, an accomplished and vastly experienced driver who admittedly, in colloquial terms, stuck it to me in terms of qualifying results at the beginning of the 1991 season, only to be comprehensively usurped for the remainder of our relatively brief period as colleagues. In the case in question, one finds that this comparison is in fact humourously ironic in that Sebastian Vettel holds the record as the youngest F1 champion, whereas Juan Manuel Fangio holds the opposing, although not necessarily diametrically opposing, record of the oldest F1 drivers champion to date at, by today's standards, a rather mature 46.
Wait a tick there Seb, I'm only 35, I'm like a flamin' spring-chook compared to Fangio.
Poor Hamilton, I can't for the life of me imagine what it's like to suddenly find out your team-mate is better than you.
With respect Michael, although I would never suggest that I am above your level of greatness, I believe I have scored more points than you in both of the last two seasons.
Shut it Britney, if you're going to be pedantic enough to bring up points totals, I'll have to spend a few hours comparing your list of failures to my list of accolades again.
There's no frickin' way Jenson's gonna beat me this year, I'm the all new mega focused Lewis now. I hope Stirling Moss totally puts all his stupid money on Jenson and loses everything when I awesomely beat him in every race.
It would be highly inadvisable for anyone, no matter how seemingly certain the circumstance, to place a life-changing or similarly significant sum of money on the outcome of a sporting event.
Ooh, don't be afraid to try your hand, or anything else, on this Button. I'm not a betting man, but I'm easily tempted to take a shot in the dark.