F1 news: Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari claim made – Lewis Hamilton should be thankful

F1 news: Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari claim made – Lewis Hamilton should be thankful That’s the view of former F1 star Felipe Massa, who believes world champion Lewis Hamilton could become the undisputed greatest of all time Vettel has been Hamilton’s closest challenger throughout the season but the Brit wrapped up the title in Mexico two weeks ago with two races to spare

Vettel crashed in Germany earlier in the campaign, while he also struggled in China Pedro de la Rosa recently expressed how he believed But Massa’s opinion differs, as he thinks the driver is at fault for letting Hamilton waltz to the title "Vettel and Ferrari missed a chance this year, but I think Sebastian has more guilt than the team,” Massa told Globo's Bem Amigos programme "Germany was especially painful, where Vettel could have won but he lost the full 25 points

“But there were also mistakes in qualifying, the wrong strategies, unnecessary contact with Bottas in France "I think Vettel made more mistakes than Ferrari did” has won the title for his fifth world championship The Brit has won nine races so far this season, completing all but one race after retirement during the Austrian Grand Prix Hamilton has not finished lower than fifth during the campaign and holds the record for the most pole positions with 81

    He has won 71 races during his 12 seasons and Massa believes he could go on to break Michael Schumacher’s record of 91 victories "He is already the one with the most poles in history and close to the record for wins," Massa added “He is 33 years old and seems to be an obvious favourite in the fight for the title next season "He has a chance to beat all of the records”