Horner insists 2010 title not over for Vettel 30 March, 2010 Sebastian Vettel with Christian Horner Mar.30 (GMM) According to Niki Lauda, Red Bull could look back on the first two rounds of 2010 and rue precisely where the team blew the world championship. Sebastian led comfortably in Bahrain and Australia (above) but has yet to finish on the podium Back-to-back pole sitter Sebastian Vettel left Melbourne on a direct flight to Malaysia on Monday, after retiring from the lead of the Australian grand prix with a wheel-mounting problem caused by a loose wheel nut. Two weeks earlier, also whilst leading in the dominant RB6, he dropped to fourth place with a failed spark plug. “There will be consequences,” triple world champion Lauda told the German newspaper Bild, in an article headlined “Vettel mad at his Schrott (Scrap)-Bull”. Added Lauda: “Red Bull can forget the title.” But team boss Christian Horner has urged Vettel’s fans not to “panic”, arguing that it is not the end of the world for the 22-year-old to be travelling to Kuala Lumpur with a 25-point title deficit. “We know we have got a fast car and I would far rather have a fast car than a slow car. It’s a long season,” the Briton is quoted as saying by The Sun. “There is still a long way to go and the season will have many different twists and turns,” added Horner. Tweet http://www.last.fm/group/Formula+1 Bec Of course it’s not over … But it would help if they turned pole positions into wins. They won’t be on pole for ever. Jan & Jean Narveson Mr. Lauda speaks way too quickly. This is a LONG season, and remember, the first two wins have been by two different drivers from different teams. At 25 points per win, all Vettel has to do is win two in a row and he’s already ahead – and there are 17 left! Also Sebastian’s problems have been things one can fix. Chin up, red bulls!