Sebastian Vettel says he would have no qualms partnering either Kimi Raikkonen or Fernando Alonso at a F1 team.
Vettel is the in-form driver these days as he enters the 2014 Championship having won four World titles on the trot.
However, to date the German has yet to go up against the sport's best in the same machinery.
While he previously partnered Mark Webber, this year he will be teaming up with Daniel Ricciardo in what could be Vettel's penultimate campaign with Red Bull.
But whether his next stop is Ferrari is anyone's guess although the 26-year-old says he would have no problem going head-to-head with either Scuderia driver.
"Maybe one day I will drive in the same team with Kimi or Fernando," Motorsport-Total reports him as having told Sport Bild magazine.
"You always want to beat the best.
"I'm not afraid of it but so far it just hasn't happened."
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