He [Sebastian Vettel] is used to winning so it hurts, it cuts him deep to be not being able to compete side by side with Lewis and Nico at the moment. But having spoken to him, he’s up for the battle. (…) He believes in us, we believe in him, he’s part of this Ferrari team, he doesn’t consider himself an outsider. (…) It’s no coincidence that the great drivers end up at the best teams if you see what I mean; that’s because they’re part of creating the best teams and Seb will be a central part of that and we look to him to help us get there and he looks to us to help him get there and we’ll do it together.
Another press conference will be held today, 23.07.2016, at 11:30
During the press conference it became apparent that many will be (and are already) using this incident for right wing propaganda. Please, remain calm, wait for the second press conference and don’t speculate. The suggestive nature of the questions asked at the press conference made it very clear which direction some of the articles will be taking.
“Since I joined Real Madrid I was taught to fight for the team. I hope to be here for many years, leaving my skin for the team. Leave? Only if Madrid throw me out. I want to stay in Madrid, I want to continue my life in Madrid.” - Marcelo (July 21, 2016)