ROFL, I have never heard of more stupid comments. Dear Jaques, not like you would have done any different assuming you even had the talent to get close to Leclerc. Having been intimately involved in F1 since 78 and with Ferrari until Shell's take over as Sponsor, I can say that no driver would take second seat if they had the speed and ability to prove other wise. Leclerc remind me very much of Gilles, a driver with speed drive and charisma, the difference is he is much more polished than Gilles ever was the first two years in F1, where the driving style was closer to Max than Charles. History will show us all in the end, but in sports where careers are very short due to the impact to performance age brings, teams must move and adapt to the future and not live in the past. Vettel has had an amazing career, and if he can continue to justify being first drive he should. That means out-qualifying his teammate and scoring more points than his teammate without team interference.
Renault driver worried by "unnecessary risk" from Grosjean