Vettel expects Red Bull possibly will hold Webber and he praises his team-mate Webber’s performance. But double time world champion added that he not sure about the Australian deal.
The German revealed he would be happy to work with Mark Webber, and he says that we might not be best friends but I have no problem with him, he has no problem with me.
After Monaco GP some reports surrounded in paddock that the Australian possibly joints in Ferrari. Webber current deal expire at the end of this season as he continues to only sign one-year deals at this stage of his career.
“I’m not sure about his contract but I think at the moment he’s doing a very good job,” Vettel told espnf1.
“I can understand why people are thinking that there is a problem between Mark and myself but to be honest there is not. Yes we might not be best friends but I have no problem with him, he has no problem with me.”
“I think we work well together and we’re trying to both pull the team in the same direction. I think we have a similar feel for the car and similar liking, so it’s not as if one like the car set-up the opposite way to the other guy so I think that’s helping us and so far it’s worked well.”
“I think [the driver line-up] is Christian’s call and the team’s call, not my call … I could say what I would like but I don’t know if that’s taken in to account or not!”
“Bahrain was the first race where we didn’t struggle so much with getting the tyres to work so warm-up was not really an issue. It could be similar here – it’s very hot – so we don’t expect any difficulties from that side but it’s a different track to Bahrain.”
“Also we are a couple of races further down the road so I think some people did improve their cars quite a lot. I hope that we can make another step here and then we’ll see where we are, but it’s going to be a difficult weekend because the temperatures are so hot the tyres will suffer.”
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