Italian GP: There is not a 100% bullet proof answer – Vettel

Vettel celebrating 2011 Italian GP victory

Double time world champion Sebastian Vettel says that this season is very difficult to predict who will win the title.

Last two grand prix’s at Belgian and Italy, Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button won on very different circuit. But Sebastian Vettel does not consent that one car is starting to have a clear lead and expects another close weekend at Monza for Italian Grand prix.And also he admits that Red Bull’s qualifying was disappointing but Sunday afternoon was okay.

“This year it’s difficult to name the car,” Vettel said. “It depends very much which race we are talking about. I think the bottom line is that the cars are very close to each other and it’s difficult to know before the weekend which is going to win.”

“ It’s not just one or two teams, last weekend we had two Saubers in the first two rows, unfortunately they didn’t make it past turn one, but I think the speed was there for them and it could be the same here. There are no shit cars this year and no cars that stand out.”

“We were very competitive here [at Monza] last year, not so much the previous years, so it’s very difficult to know what to expect.” he added.

“Qualifying was disappointing but Sunday afternoon was okay and just before qualifying on Saturday morning it was okay,” he said. “There is not a 100% bullet proof answer; there was nothing wrong with our qualifying and we didn’t feel as though there was an awful lot more. So it’s still a bit of a question mark.”

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