Speaking to Speedweek.com, Vettel admitted he can't remember ever having made so many starts in one day. "Usually it's only once. I have to say that I am not a big fan of this rule - the standing re-starts. Because if you're on the good side of the track you have a big advantage."
The wrong side has a big disadvantage
The German continued: "If you are on the wrong side, on the dirty side of the track, there are lots of pieces of rubber on the track after just a few laps. That doesn't seem fair to me. I think we should focus on building cars that can overtake and not on a lottery."
At Mugello the track was cleaned during the red flag. Isn't that enough? "Well, I see more intensive cleaning as the only solution. I don't know what more we can do. With a normal race start, we make sure that the track is clean. But with a restart it is different. That's why I think it's unfair. We need to look more closely at this. If better cleaning solves this problem, we should do so. I am happy with everything that is being done to give all drivers the same opportunities."