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Vettel: I’ve been wearing a Red Bull helmet for almost my entire career



Double world champion Sebastian Vettel says that he will stay with Red Bull Racing almost his whole racing career. Moreover he can’t imagine exit from Red Bull Racing.

The German current deal will expire at the end of the 2014, and rumor delimited in paddock he will move to Ferrari as Alonso’s team-mate.

“I’ve been wearing a Red Bull helmet for almost my entire career. It is difficult to imagine another kind of life if you are so used to it,” Vettel told Autosport. It would be like when you turn 18, 19 and move out of your family’s home. I am very happy where I am right now and I don’t want to move on to anywhere else.”

Vettel says consistency and not only victories will be vital for this season and he claims more essential to collect as many points as possible in every race.

“People only remember our wins, but they forget a bit how tight it often was,” he said. “Yes, we won some races in which we did not have the strongest package. This year there are much more candidates to win races than before. Therefore it gets more essential to collect as many points as possible in every race.”

“From the first day of winter testing on I had confidence in our car. We have not got out the most of the potential though we make steadily progress. And troubles with tyres concern almost everyone, not us alone. It simply depends on who will be doing the better job.”

“If you look back ten years, there was heavy criticism of a boring F1 because of Michael (Schumacher) winning all the time. Now we hear F1 is unpredictable and a lottery.

“You cannot satisfy all people every time, but I think we have a good show, a lot of overtaking, good action now. There is more tension – for people who watch and for us inside the cars. I think I like the way it goes, however, we have to be careful not to create something artificially.”

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