Wurz says another title for Vettel is good for the sport 25 August, 2013 Alex Wurz Ex-Formula 1 driver Alex Wurz has admitted he expects Sebastian Vettel to stroll now to his fourth drivers’ title. Many others think Mercedes‘ Lewis Hamilton, the dominant winner of the last Grand Prix in Hungary and back on pole in Belgium, could mount a real challenge to Red Bull rival Vettel’s reign in the second half of the season. But when asked by Speed Week what he is expecting from the last nine races of 2013, Austrian Wurz admitted: “An early world title for Vettel.” Asked if yet another championship for Red Bull and Vettel is really what Formula 1 needs, Wurz added: “It depends on your perspective. “If you take a step back, I think it’s good because it shows that despite everything, Formula 1 is still a sport, where the best one wins, even if it’s early. “For me it’s good because it means Formula 1 is a pure sport that is not influenced artificially,” said 39-year-old Wurz, who last raced for Williams in 2007. (GMM) Related NewsMarko: The older drivers need to step on the gasHorner: We’re keeping the hammer downHorner: Vettel lost part of his feeling for the carVettel buys a Ferrari California for father NorbertVerstappen on track for F1 debut at 17Alan Jones: No doubting Ricciardo nowRed Bull: We will be the proper Renault works teamHorner: We will fight all the way to Abu DhabiNewey could design Infiniti supercarInfiniti announce winners of global talent search Boycottthebull “For me it’s good because it means Formula 1 is a pure sport that is not influenced artificially,” said 39-year-old Wurz, who last raced for Williams in 2007.” You have got to be kidding right? What fantasy land are you living in? Or did Bernie bribe you to say that?