Binotto defends Vettel and puts him at Schumacher's level

The head of Ferrari said in an interview that Heppenheim and the seven-time world champion "are leaders, are champions" and "work very hard."


This weekend is held at the Silverstone circuit the Grand Prix of Great Britain. A date in which Sebastian Vettel will try to repeat the victory he got last year. Before the start of the tenth round of the season, Mattia Binotto spoke about the four-time world champion in an interview for 'Auto Bild Motorsport'.

In her, the director of the Ferrari team has defended him and put him at the level of Michael Schumacher In addition, he has also stated that the goal is for Vettel to be world champion in the 'Cavallino Rampante'. "He has this dream of becoming a Ferrari World Champion and we support him to realize this dream", comments.

Question Because of the situation of the German inside the team, the Italian says that "it is not easy for him, without a doubt". "He understands his role in rebuilding the team, he is very important to me because he has a lot of experience and great skills. On the one hand, he is a team driver, on the other hand, a leader who has great enthusiasm in the He also enjoys his work if he does not win, which is not so easy. But he knows that this enthusiasm is the key to winning in the future. And he also knows that nobody can win alone, the team is the base ", explains Binotto to what he adds: "He is always focused on our goals, he knows that he can help the team more if he obtains the best possible performance" .

Binotto also considers that the criticism that Vettel has received this year has not been fair. "There were always race situations in which Sebastian was at the absolute limit, sometimes also over the limit, our drivers have to drive with more risks to stay on top. For example, it was not easy for Seb to stay ahead of Hamilton, who probably had the fastest car, "explains the Italian.

Following what happened in Canada, Binotto says that for him" Vettel did everything right ". "He fought like a lion on the track and was totally disappointed after the race, he showed his true feelings, there is nothing wrong with that" , says the Italian.

An endless defense of Binotto that rounded off the Vettel at the same level as Schumacher. Asked if Sebastian's way of working reminded him of Michael's, the Italian was clear: "Yes, both are leaders, both are champions, both work very hard" .



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