1. Do you love cycling and/or running?
    Join the RaceDepartment community on Strava here.

RCT: Sebastian Vettel's Betrayal

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by RaceDepartment, Mar 26, 2013.

  1. RaceDepartment

    Administrator Staff

    Bram Hengeveld submitted a new blog post:

    RCT: Sebastian Vettel's Betrayal

    Continue reading the Original Blog Post
    Last edited by a moderator: Aug 28, 2013
    • Like Like x 1
  2. Ivan Mills

    Ivan Mills

    Another Great one from Omer.

    The only thing that doesnt fit here IMO is the refference to Webber being Julius Caesar..since Caesar was arguably the most dominant Caesar, Rome ever had.

    Switcharoonie perhaps and a little flashback to Brazil 2012 maybe:p

    This could also work on Schumacher and the person with the knife being Mercedes:)
  3. Kjell Eilertsen

    Kjell Eilertsen

    I think the reference is Seb being "Caesar", not Mark, as in Seb is backstabbing him and Mark is asking him "Et tu?" as in "are you pulling a caesar on me bitch?"
  4. wrococa


    its got to be SV stabbing Red Bull. Dietrich more specifically.
    the worst thing you can do is "betray your maker" so to speak.

    Not quite as extreme but that should spell "gardening leave" for SV for months. Also, Webber to prancing horse..
    .As MW says. He's a quick peddler ( ie faster) but no sense in cheating. it shamed MS eventually.
  5. Markus Neumann

    Markus Neumann

    Not even the slightest. At the time after the civil war, Rome was still a republic and even though Julius Caesar was the most powerful Roman at the time, he was far from being a monarch. After the time the Romans kicked out the last king and become a republic, they had an EXTREME allergy against any one of them becoming a monarch again, and if Julius Caesar had gone and declared himself emperor, they would have strangled him then and there. He didn't even nearly have the power of the emperors that followed him.
    And the "backstabbiest" of them all was probably Augustus before he became emperor.
    • Like Like x 1