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GP Week : Issue 15
F1 INSIGHT >> level head on his shoulders. Take Fuji last year. An impressive race in the Toro Rosso saw the German lead in appalling conditions. His unfortunate exit from the race, coupled with Mark Webbers comments that the problem with letting kids race in F1 was that they were likely to “fuck it all up,” saw Sebastian descend into a fit of uncontrollable tears at the back of his garage. The same befell Adrian Sutil in Monaco this year. Adults on the track they may be, but children at heart they still are. “It’s my life,” he shrugs. “Obviously it would have been something really fantastic. I wasn’t thinking about finishing on the podium, I was racing and doing what I love. Afterwards it all came to an end too early and you start to realise what could have happened, what would have been possible, and that’s why there was big disappointment. But it’s part of the game, it’s motorsport. This year the first four races I didn’t finish and people start to ask if I’m frustrated. Of course it’s not nice, but it’s part of it. There are things you can’t do anything about, you have to accept them, Leader of the pack: Vettel was ultra-impressive at Fuji Speedway last year, leading in the Toro Rosso and going wheel-to- wheel with the likes of two-time World Champ Fernando Alonso. And then, he crashed into Mark Webber. 35