F1: After his bomb, Vettel receives an improbable foot call
While Sebastien Vettel will end his career in Formula 1 at the end of the season, the quadruple world champion has not yet decided what he will do with his future retirement. Mark Webber, the German’s former team-mate when they were at RedBull, has an idea of what he could do next.
Sébastien Vettel has announced that he has decided to retire at the end of the season, after a brilliant career. Back on the career of the quadruple world champion.
Back to the career of a champion
Installed in the F1 since 2007, Sebastien Vettel makes his debut with the stable BMW during the United States Grand Prix. The German finished the race eighth and at the time became the youngest driver in history to score a point. In July 2007, Vettel sign at Toro-Rosso with the aim of replacing Scott Speed. A few years later, the pilot signed with Red Bull. During his time between 2009 and 2014, he was crowned world champion four times (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013). Subsequently, the quadruple champion migrated to Ferrari, where he will remain there from 2015 to 2020. He is then transferred to Aston Martin.
Very involved on the environmental plan
For his former teammate from Red Bull, Mark Webberthe decision of Sebastien Vettel seemed obvious to him « It was the right time for him – the time has come. » For the australianthe quadruple world champion has plenty of time to be able to decide what he could do when he retires from the Formula 1 “But it looks like he’s going to be spending a lot of time with his family now, which is very understandable. He’ll see what it’s like to get off the treadmill and do something else. He has time to think. He’s an incredibly adventurous guy, very wealthy, he’s got a lot of opportunities and choices ahead of him. » Very involved in the environmental issue, which is also one of the reasons for wanting to withdraw from the F1the Formula E could be a solution for the German pilot who will therefore be able to continue to flourish in his life as a pilot without worrying about the impact on the environment.
A surprise call for the after F1
Whereas Sebastien Vettel will withdraw from Formula 1the German pilot will have the opportunity to convert to the Formula E if he wishes to continue his life as a pilot. A possibility that could be a good thing according to Mark Webber. “Formula E would be perfect for him. No kidding. » Another veteran of the F1 clearly launched an appeal with his foot for the possible arrival of the quadruple world champion in Formula Eit is Lucas DiGrassi, who hopes to see the German settle in the electrical discipline, even if he remains pessimistic on the subject “It would be a pleasure to see him race with us, but I don’t think that will happen. Formula E is a difficult environment, although everything is starting from zero with the arrival of Generation 3. So it would be the perfect time for him and I am convinced that he would be competitive. »