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Vettel performance promises to get better in the coming years

Suzuka : Japan | Oct 10, 2011 at 3:44 PM PDT
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Sebastian Vettel became the youngest driver to win titles for the World Championship Formula 1 cars and on the Suzuka Circuit in Japan on Sunday, but team boss Christian Horner, Red Bull select two areas can be improved where the German driver next season.



Horner said, "still needs to work on improving the jokes in English and released by hair styles that looked somewhat strange this year."



Apart from that it seemed the driver, 24-year-old hero is an exceptional Horner used the word eight times in six minutes of dialogue with reporters at the team in Suzuka.



Vettel clinched the title after the termination of the race which was held in Japan in third place behind Jenson Button, McLaren's race winner Fernando Alonso and Ferrari.



Vettel won nine out of 15 races and started from pole position 12 times and rose to the podium 14 times in four races before the end of the season.



There has been this kind of excellence since the arrival of Michael Schumacher to the top level with the Ferrari team, bearing in mind that Vettel is still locked in his fourth season.



It is difficult to predict how that will excel him next season, but he still has plenty of room for improvement in spite of all this.



Said Helmut Marko, a driver and a former close adviser of the team owner Dietrich Matchets Red Bull "will improve its level in total."



"We probably will not break the car in the first test and this would be a contributing factor as well. This happened three times (this year)."



"The performance will be more mature (next season) and will be the best in the technical aspects. Still has more to gained in terms of speed. I'm sure he has not reached top form. Has not reached top form, definitely."



But the paradox mentioned by Vettel in Suzuka on Sunday evening is that Red Bull was less compared to the dominance of the races was the case last year, despite the improved results this season.



And caused a big difference in reliability is the performance of Renault engines idealism.



Vettel said: "I think that under the dominance of our car by less than last year we were able to offer very good performance."



"We were very strong team. Every time we need to make mistakes that very few

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