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Danica Patrick not good enough for F1 - Marko

The outspoken Red Bull advisor also questioned Patrick's credentials. But Niki Lauda supports the idea of bringing women to the sport.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Feb.20 (GMM) Danica Patrick has leapt back into the motor racing headlines by becoming the first woman to secure pole for the 2013 Nascar opener at Daytona.

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Previously, the highly popular 30-year-old American, who is stealing the show at the pinnacle of US motor sport, has insisted she has little interest in exploring her options in formula one.

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"For ten years," said triple world champion and Mercedes chairman Niki Lauda, "I've told Bernie Ecclestone he's dopey for not getting a woman into formula one.

"If we could get a woman into the top six, you would immediately have twice as many fans in front of the TV," he is quoted by Bild newspaper.

Lauda, however, questioned whether Patrick is the right woman for the job.

"It has to be said that the technical level in the US does not compare to the level in formula one. This is also reflected in the drivers," he said.

"The last American who had success in Europe was Mario Andretti -- and that was in my day!" exclaimed the 63-year-old.

Dr Helmut Marko, the outspoken driver manager at world champions Red Bull, also questioned Patrick's credentials.

"You have to look at Danica's results in the road races," he said. "It's not enough."

Indeed, there are no female drivers among Red Bull's current flock of young development drivers, whose ultimate aim is to earn a place at the junior team Toro Rosso.

"We are looking for drivers based on performance, not by quota," Marko insisted."

World champion Sebastian Vettel added: "First of all, hats off to Danica for her achievements. But motor sport in the US just has a completely different culture."

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