Why Vettel's dominance is no turn-off

Why Vettel's dominance is no turn-off

Domination of Formula 1 by a single driver has never been good for ratings, but the standard of racing in 2011 has been so high that the fans are flooding back to the sport, despite the Sebastian Vettel steamroller gathering pace. Jonathan Noble explains

It's dominance, but not like we know it. For anyone who loves the ups and downs of a Formula 1 season, it's always a bit of a disappointment when there is one car and one driver head and shoulders above the rest.

We all prefer the awesome title showdowns that we have been treated to in recent years, which is something that - on current form - is not going to happen in 2011 as Sebastian Vettel marches towards what looks like his second crown.

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