Lol I can only echo Anr's sentiment, you sure need to get out (of the forum) more
Where the mention of Mark Webber will at best give you a blank stare (other then down under or with F1 fans), people all over the world have heard of Sebastian Vettel, youngest ever triple Champion has been in the mainstream press repeatedly everywhere. Even my grandmother knows who he is and she's not German nor an F1 fan.
This forum ain't representative for real life, it's not even representative for average F1 fans.
It's a small community of predominantly anglosaxon die hard F1 fans.
Hardly anyone is the real world is p*ssed-off about how Webber is treated nor do they share your opinion of "unattractively arrogant" about Seb Vettel.
Anyway I'd love to see Kimi join Red Bull, great character, fantastic driver and it would give Sebastian a bit of a challenge at least
Where's your data? We had Ted Kravitz saying he thinks less of Vettel after Sepang...
It's easy enough to blanket deny everything, we've had the 'oh it's a Brit forum' before and it always turns out it's just nationalists judging others by their own standards. And yes we do know he's the youngest ever triple world champion . But he also says things like 'get him out of the way,' and 'do something' and gets caught browbeating suppliers.
So I don't see Vettel as being anywhere near as popular as Kimi, and consequently there are risks teaming them up, especially if they leave Marko there.