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GP Week : Issue 77
the decisions himself, from his almost Valentino Rossi helmet design to which interviews he does or doesn't do. One of his less successful opponents described him as 'lucky'. But there is nothing lucky about hard work, dedication, an attention to detail and a burning desire to be the best you possibly can be. Bernie Ecclestone recognises that in Vettel the sport has a character who can, through his success and personality, generate a fanatical young group of supporters which will stay with the German driver wherever his desire for success will take him: "If I could design a superstar, the result would be Sebastian Vettel," said the F1 ringmaster. "He's just what F1 needs -- young, super- talented, intelligent, but with no trace of arrogance. And he's popular with the public and good with the media." Yep, almost too good to be true. 32