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FIA boss Jean Todt: Reliability will decide the World Cup

Monday, September 11th, 2017 | Sports

11. September 2017 – 09:59

Will a failure decide the title match between Vettel and Hamilton?

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(cafetheology.org) – After Sebastian Vettel led the World Championship, Monza's Mercedes-Benz driver Lewis Hamilton picked up the top position in the overall Ferrari home game, with three points. Is the trend reversal successful and the silver arrows with Ferrari will now be a short process? Not when it comes to FIA boss Jean Todt. "If someone tells you that he's going to win, he's a liar, because we can not know," the Frenchman believes. "That's good." He believes that in the end, perhaps not the better shape but the durability will be the decisive factor. "Normally, they are first or second, but can you imagine that it will be a zero in a race?" It will be difficult to make up these 25 points, "he says. "Those who are going to get reliability problems will be the one who will lose the championship." While Todt is clearly in the favor of Hamilton and Vettel, he also wants a surprise triumph by Valtteri Bottas, who misses 41 World Cup points after Monza exclude. "The championship is pretty tight, there are two drivers who are among the favorites, even if another is not so far away," the former Ferrari Teamchef describes the situation in the world championship. He knows what he is talking about: because in the year In 2007, when Kimi Raikkonen's sensational title directed Scuderia's destiny, the Finn had a total of 26 points in the summer, but according to the old point system. These were two victories and a third place. Bottas' backlog is lower in comparison.

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