Sebastian Vettel was the nicest driver at the Nürburgring F1 Grand Prix. He signed a lot and in contrast to the past races very nice.
He was in a good mood and tried to fullfil as many autograph wishes as he can. But you have to be at the right place at the right time. Sometimes two autographs were possible.
He wrote not as much as Jenson and remembered every collector and refused signing when a collector ask an autograph a second time. Sometimes his siging was ugly.
It was much more harder to collect him than in the past. The Mercedes GP motorhome wasn't located reachable and Michael was always moving by motocylce or bike. With a lot of fortune it was possible to a get an autograph, but most of the collectors failed.
His signing was bad. He wrote much and enjoyed the appreciation around him.
Although he was very stressed he had a smile fot his fans. Sometimes he was in a rush, but a plenty of autographs was possible.
Great these days ! Sometimes he wrote his full signature.
Similiar to Michael, he wrote one autograph per day. Signed not that often.
As always he only wrote "RB". When he wasn't willing to sign he said: "My wife is waiting for me".
Regretfully he shortend up his signature, but wrote much.
If the collector was patiened enough to wait for him, he got nice signings. His performance was awesome. 2011 Ferrari!?!
He changed his signing from time to time these days. One time he wrote his long version, the other time a short version.
He was a good signer, many autographs were possible. But regretfully his signing is not nice enough.
He wrote OK, as always. But similiar to Petrov h changed his signing from time to time. Strange.
Great, no problem. He stil has a nice signature.
Was often escorted by his children, no autographs during the family time. Otherwise OK.
He is still remembering every collectors face. From the 3rd day on he dedicated his autographs.
Great, signed much and nice. That's the way a nwe driver has to behave.
He was one of the highlights of the Monaco hunting session. Great to collect a Senna at this historical Senna place. He shortened his autograph.
Most of the time he only wrote short versions of his signing. Sometimes, in calm situations, he wrote as usual.
Lucas di Grassi:
Great, he was always signing.
Pedro de la Rosa:
He is still a very kind person, but was rare to meet.
Wrote OK, sometimes hectical. Was stressed due to the number of autograph requests.
Unbelieveable, every time he was aound many fans and collectors surrounded him. So he was difficult to collect.
He arrived on Saturday and was signing well.
Wrote his full sign, even in hectical situations.
No problem, but where was Fisico!?