EMOCIONES, PARTE DEL DEPORTE

Vettel defiende la reacción de Verstappen en Brasil: "Nos jugamos mucho"

Entiende que el holandés actuara así con Ocon al perder la victoria

Cree que así demuestra que se toma su trabajo en serio

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Sebastian Vettel ha defendido la reacción de Max Verstappen en Brasil, cuando Esteban Ocon le hizo perder la victoria, y ha recordado que las emociones forman parte de la Fórmula 1 y de cualquier deporte.

Sebastian Vettel ha defendido la reacción de Max Verstappen en Brasil. El holandés increpó a Esteban Ocon después de que el francés le hiciera perder la victoria en Interlagos. El de Force India intentó desdoblarse cuando se encontró con el Red Bull en pista y ambos coches acabaron chocando.

El alemán tuvo un castigo similar al de Verstappen, tras chocar deliberadamente contra Lewis Hamilton en Bakú el año pasado, trabajos para la comunidad, no obstante, el de Ferrari entiende cómo actuó Max y recuerda que los pilotos se juegan mucho en cada carrerea.

"Creo que tenemos emociones, somos seres humanos y las emociones pueden manifestarse en cualquier forma: en alegría cuando pasa algo bueno y hacia el otro lado si no estás contento", ha comentado Vettel en la rueda de prensa de la FIA de este jueves.

"Nosotros estamos aquí para luchar por algo que lo significa todo para nosotros, no sé lo significará para ti porque para muchos de vosotros, para la gente que lo ve, es un espectáculo lo que ven", ha añadido.

"Pero para nosotros es nuestro trabajo y nuestra vida y todos empezamos cuando éramos niños en karts y estar en un coche de F1 es un sueño que todos tuvimos y luchar por las victorias significa que nos jugamos mucho", ha añadido.

Vettel recuerda que tras los habituales momentos en caliente, siempre hay tiempo para hablar sobre lo ocurrido y aprender de ello. "No es que tengamos una recompensa cuando lo hacemos bien, hay mucho detrás y de ahí las emociones", ha compartido.

"Son parte de los deportes, hay situaciones en las que tienes tiempo para hablar. He estado en esa situación también, así que es obvio que el péndulo oscila en ambos sentidos", ha expresado para terminar.

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[#32 MacF1] SHHHHH, no faltes que como aparezca Formula1conCabeza..., jajajajjaja

#31 Justificar es la clave,cortito como siempre.
Hay que leer mas y entender lo que se lee.

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[#32 MacF1]
Justificar es lo que tú intentas hacer tras equivocarte. Lee despacito je je.

#31 Justificar es la clave,cortito como siempre.
Hay que leer mas y entender lo que se lee.

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[#31 Ascari] Justificar es la clave,cortito como siempre.
Hay que leer mas y entender lo que se lee.

#29
Llámalo cómo quieras no. No es lo mismo decir que apoya a decir que entiende. Te ha costado pero al final has logrado diferenciarlo parece.

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[#29 MacF1]
Llámalo cómo quieras no. No es lo mismo decir que apoya a decir que entiende. Te ha costado pero al final has logrado diferenciarlo parece.

#25 Llamalo como qyieras,apoyar o entender.Lo justifica y punto,lo que hizo Max fue inadmisible y Vettel le saca la cara.Cosa que no me extraña despues de lo de Baku.

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[#26 Alfavuelve] 2 no pelean si uno.no quiere.El.tonto.es el.que pierde podiendo ganar,al doblado le da igual,nada que perder.Un piloto listo no.se mete en peleas que no te dan nada y te pueden quitar todo.
Hasta Lewis ha dado.clases de ello con Max.

#23 Te recuerdo que Ocon no es la primera vez que le hace un favor a Mercedes......

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[#25 Rep68] Llamalo como qyieras,apoyar o entender.Lo justifica y punto,lo que hizo Max fue inadmisible y Vettel le saca la cara.Cosa que no me extraña despues de lo de Baku.

#17 #24 en #3 esta la pregunta y la declaración completa original en ingles. Ya me dirás en que momento dice que lo apoya claramente... otra cosa, es que lo entienda, que es diferente
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La respuesta viene de momentos antes cuando se realiza esta pregunta
Q: Can I just throw this to the Ferrari drivers? Sebastian and Kimi, what are your thoughts on what happened between these two drivers in Brazil?
SV: We can go? Now? I don’t know. I have an opinion. I’m not sure I should say what I think.
KR: Not really. I saw it afterwards. Boys and boys and that’s how it goes. I don’t think anything bad happened in the end it’s probably in many eyes, if you take the whole picture, maybe it’s not the greatest thing in many aspects but it’s not the end of the world. That’s how it goes.
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Y posteriormente se le vuelve a preguntar:
Q: (Christian Menath – Motorsport-Magazin.com) Two questions, first to Max: you said you would do the same again, you’ve done nothing wrong. I think most of us agree but if you would be in that championship battle, would you do something differently, even if it wasn’t wrong, but drive a bit more safely in this situation? And Seb, just to follow up on what you said: can you give us your opinion?
SV: I think in the end, it’s very simple. I think we have emotions, we are human beings and emotions go both ways. They go full of joy when something great happens and you’re happy and they probably swing the other way if you’re not happy or upset. I think it’s clear that we’re here to fight something that means the world to us – I don’t know how much it means to you because for you, most of you… you know, for people watching it’s a show they’re watching. For people reporting about the show it’s a job. For us it’s a job but it’s our lives. I think we all started racing when we were small kids in go-karts and to be in a Formula One car is the dream that we all had, to race a Formula One car and then to fight for a win, so there’s something big at stake. It’s not like… you know, you get a piece of cake when you’ve done well and you don’t when you didn’t. So there’s a lot at stake and I think that explains the emotions and as I said, I think emotions are part of sport. I think they always will be. Obviously you have certain situations that give you the opportunity to talk about it a lot afterwards. I’ve been in that situation as well but I think for us it’s very clear that the pendulum swings both ways.

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[#27 Diablo] Pero seguro que con la complicidad de Ocon.....

#26 ....."el favor" a Mercedes se lo hizo el mismo Max....

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[#26 Alfavuelve] ....."el favor" a Mercedes se lo hizo el mismo Max....

#23 Te recuerdo que Ocon no es la primera vez que le hace un favor a Mercedes......

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[#23 MacF1] Te recuerdo que Ocon no es la primera vez que le hace un favor a Mercedes......

#22 Ni tuve sospechas entonces ni las he tenido ahora,para que,si ya tenian el de pilotos ganado y el otro a punto.
Para usar otros coches ya estaban RedBull y TR,si no preguntaselo a Alguersuari.

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[#17 MacF1] [#24 MacF1] en [#3 Rep68] esta la pregunta y la declaración completa original en ingles. Ya me dirás en que momento dice que lo apoya claramente... otra cosa, es que lo entienda, que es diferente
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La respuesta viene de momentos antes cuando se realiza esta pregunta
Q: Can I just throw this to the Ferrari drivers? Sebastian and Kimi, what are your thoughts on what happened between these two drivers in Brazil?
SV: We can go? Now? I don’t know. I have an opinion. I’m not sure I should say what I think.
KR: Not really. I saw it afterwards. Boys and boys and that’s how it goes. I don’t think anything bad happened in the end it’s probably in many eyes, if you take the whole picture, maybe it’s not the greatest thing in many aspects but it’s not the end of the world. That’s how it goes.
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Y posteriormente se le vuelve a preguntar:
Q: (Christian Menath – Motorsport-Magazin.com) Two questions, first to Max: you said you would do the same again, you’ve done nothing wrong. I think most of us agree but if you would be in that championship battle, would you do something differently, even if it wasn’t wrong, but drive a bit more safely in this situation? And Seb, just to follow up on what you said: can you give us your opinion?
SV: I think in the end, it’s very simple. I think we have emotions, we are human beings and emotions go both ways. They go full of joy when something great happens and you’re happy and they probably swing the other way if you’re not happy or upset. I think it’s clear that we’re here to fight something that means the world to us – I don’t know how much it means to you because for you, most of you… you know, for people watching it’s a show they’re watching. For people reporting about the show it’s a job. For us it’s a job but it’s our lives. I think we all started racing when we were small kids in go-karts and to be in a Formula One car is the dream that we all had, to race a Formula One car and then to fight for a win, so there’s something big at stake. It’s not like… you know, you get a piece of cake when you’ve done well and you don’t when you didn’t. So there’s a lot at stake and I think that explains the emotions and as I said, I think emotions are part of sport. I think they always will be. Obviously you have certain situations that give you the opportunity to talk about it a lot afterwards. I’ve been in that situation as well but I think for us it’s very clear that the pendulum swings both ways.

#14 Le apoya claramente,he leido la entrevusta en ingles y queda clarisimo,no manipules tu ahora.

#14 Ahi habla del adelantamiento,lo que trata de excusar Vettel es su reaccion posterior.No veo manipulacion por ninguns parte.

El titular es sacado de contexto, así como que Vettel defienda, si leemos la pregunta, están hablando del adelantamiento y toque con Ocon,
Cito textualmente la pregunta y respuesta de Max y Vettel:
"Q: (Christian Menath – Motorsport-Magazin.com) Two questions, first to Max: you said you would do the same again, you’ve done nothing wrong. I think most of us agree but if you would be in that championship battle, would you do something differently, even if it wasn’t wrong, but drive a bit more safely in this situation? And Seb, just to follow up on what you said: can you give us your opinion?

MV: I don’t think it really changes if you’re fighting for a championship. It’s easy to say, from other people, yeah, you should have done something differently but I don’t expect to crash with a backmarker. Like I said, if you’re fighting for first or second and you crash like that it’s a different story but if you get hit like that… I honestly don’t understand what I should do differently so, no. For most of the people, also with the emotional side of it, you have not been a racing driver or you have not been in this position where there’s a lot to play for and we are all here to win and then you are in that position and it gets taken from you. It’s not nice and I think emotions can then take over and I think it’s really normal. Like I said, it’s just a normal thing.

SV: I think in the end, it’s very simple. I think we have emotions, we are human beings and emotions go both ways. They go full of joy when something great happens and you’re happy and they probably swing the other way if you’re not happy or upset. I think it’s clear that we’re here to fight something that means the world to us – I don’t know how much it means to you because for you, most of you… you know, for people watching it’s a show they’re watching. For people reporting about the show it’s a job. For us it’s a job but it’s our lives. I think we all started racing when we were small kids in go-karts and to be in a Formula One car is the dream that we all had, to race a Formula One car and then to fight for a win, so there’s something big at stake. It’s not like… you know, you get a piece of cake when you’ve done well and you don’t when you didn’t. So there’s a lot at stake and I think that explains the emotions and as I said, I think emotions are part of sport. I think they always will be. Obviously you have certain situations that give you the opportunity to talk about it a lot afterwards. I’ve been in that situation as well but I think for us it’s very clear that the pendulum swings both ways."

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