Vettel hopes new rules don't spread field out
26 December 2013 – Formula 1 World Champions Sebastian Vettel might have dominated Formula 1 now for a number of seasons, the German does hope that the new rules introduced for 2014 won't spread the field out. Vettel has said he hopes to see tight battles between the various teams on the grid.
"Next year with a lot of things changing it is difficult to predict how it impacts on the racing," Vettel told Autosport. "I just hope it doesn't split the cars too much, because what we had the last couple of years was a very tight battle between a lot of teams."
And even though he dominated last season he does believe the sport was exciting enough in 2013. "I think generally we had good races," he added. "Obviously the racing got criticised for some reasons that we can explain. But I don't think that is entirely fair because if you look back, it has always been like it has been the last five or six years. We have had very close championships, then we had championships which were not that close. But that is the way F1 has been in the past and it will probably continue like that in the future."