Vettel makes fun of cheesy Formula E 25 July, 2014 Red Bull reserve driver Sebastien Buemi was a front runner during Formula E testing at Donington recently World champion Sebastian Vettel has slammed the FIA’s new fully-electric single seater series, Formula E. The new series, featuring nearly silent cars and an impressive collection of teams and drivers, will commence a global tour of street circuits starting with Beijing in September, but according to Vettel: “I think it’s cheese.” It is not the first time the Red Bull driver has turned to food for a putdown, having called his uncompetitive 2014 car a “cucumber” earlier this year. But the quadruple title winner also earned a personal rebuke from none other than FIA president Jean Todt in 2014, when he referred to the sound of the new turbo V6 engines as “sh*t”. Now, 27-year-old Vettel has set his criticism on Formula E, “I’m not a fan of it, and as a viewer I would not be interested. Now I need to stop…” Ironically Sebastien Buemi, who is Red Bull’s F1 reserve driver and attends grands prix for the team, was the pace setter during recent Formula E testing at Donington. (GMM) Tweet Related NewsNo F1 dreams for DTM champion WittmannHeidfeld defends Formula E amid F1 criticismEx-F1 drivers star and make headlines in Formula E debutCaterham confirm Leal for Silverstone testButton: We’ll be quicker than GP2, but not that much quickerAbu Dhabi Grand Prix Qualifying QuotesPerez staying at Force India on multi-year contractAbu Dhabi Day 1: Team and driver quotesGrosjean handed 20-place grid penaltyMercedes: Does anyone believe it was a boring season?