I was thinking the same thing when i first saw the pic
(Dr Helmut Marko with young Seb...for more background infomation for your captions check out http://joesaward.wordpress.com/2010/06/02/who-is-helmut-marko-and-why-does-it-matter/)
I was thinking along the lines of sumthing from Starwars where the Emperor (marko) would talk to Darth Vader (seb)!
orLegard: 'Hamilton......on a charge!'
Brundle (thinking): 'Just ignore him just ignore him just ignore him just ignore him!!'
http://www.jamesallenonf1.com/2010/06/red-bull-draws-a-line-and-counts-the-cost-in-points-lost/ ....Number 36Seb Vettel actually posted his thoughts in the diary on his official website (in German) already on the race day. He wrote the following: ?I did not make a mistake. I was much faster than Mark. I will now try to see the positive side as I have found the speed in the car that I was missing in my previous races.?
And yesterday?s entry also contains a couple of sentences that were missing in Red Bull?s press release. Vettel says: ?As the saying goes: The cleverer give in. The fastest guy should win, like this and not in any other way.?(Es hei?t ja so sch?n: Der Kl?gere gibt nach. Der Schnellere soll gewinnen, so und nicht anders.)
This reminds me of Alonso who has sometimes been very diplomatic towards the international media but not so with the journalists who are his countrymen. As if no-one could translate it and spread the information in the world. And I guess that the photo doesn?t really tell the truth.