Danner: Vettel won’t wrap up F1 title in Austin 15 November, 2012 Nov.15 (GMM) Christian Danner, the former F1 driver turned commentator, from Germany, doubts that countryman Sebastian Vettel will wrap up his third consecutive drivers’ title in Austin this weekend, meaning that the season finale in Brazil could be the championship decider. Mathematically it could be done, but the relative competitiveness of the Red Bull driver’s championship rival Fernando Alonso means a finale in Brazil next weekend is more likely. “I think we will wait until Sao Paulo, no matter what happens in Austin, really,” Danner told RTL. “If the race in Austin is fairly normal, with both of them reaching the finishing line and taking a lot of points, there will be no decision here,” he added. “I think we can look forward to a nice season finale in Brazil,” said Danner. With a faster car than Alonso’s Ferrari and a ten-point buffer, in theory, Vettel is the favourite. But Jacques Villeneuve, the outspoken 1997 world champion, admitted that he is rooting for the Spaniard. “Seb is super quick,” the French-Canadian is quoted by the Sun newspaper, “but there is a difference with Fernando that emerges in the case of an unfavourable situation. “Alonso remains calm, cool, and rational, while Vettel most times gets upset, angry, screams and flicks the middle finger. He reacts like a child.” Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsAustin FP1: Hamilton sets the early paceMercedes: We cannot sit back, it can still go wrongMercedes title rivals in Austin with contrasting stylesFormula 1 modifies qualifying due to fewer carsRaikkonen: We don’t expect to suddenly jump to the frontUnited States Grand Prix drivers press conferenceAustin track gets Kvyat’s Russian flag wrongStewards to rule on Austin qualifying changesF1 to end United States GP date clash with NascarThe Big Preview: United States Grand Prix alonso_is_slow I have heard Alonso screaming for penalties for rivals more times than any other driver this year. Very unfair driver. muddles Jacques, for once I have to agree with you, especially Vettell acting like a child. He is certainly consistant in doing that. Go Alonso.