On the podium he sounded like he was about to blame him again. And "maybe" is hardly definitive. Whatever, in the race he had a tanty about it, this in indisputable. Who cares what he says when he has cooled down and has time to get into corporate robot mode?
I am a fan of many of the drivers. I like it when they express their emotions, sure. But Vettel has a habit of reacting like a petulant child in the cockpit. I think deep down you know that.
I would rather ask the other way around, who cares what someone says in the heat of the moment with much tension and pressure?
I still don´t see a big difference between the drivers in such situations.
Kimi yelling at his race engineer, who just wants to give him advices/info (that somehow seem´s to be "cool", i wonder if people would think the same if "the spoilt child" would´ve done it)
Button complaining during the SC-period in Singapore after a similar looking incident like VET/RIC.
Button yelling "what is he doing" after he and Lewis collided in Canada (and Button had his fair share in the accident...)
Alonso´s "rrrridiculous, "what more do i have to do" etc.
Personally i don´t give much about it. They´re under a lot of stress. Some need to let of some steam, some don´t.
Edited by LiJu914, 22 November 2012 - 17:10.