Sebastian Vettel is leaving Ferrari at the end of 2020. Now officially.
Vettel and Ferrari have been in talks for several months about an extension, with Team Principal Mattia Binotto saying the four-time world champion was his number one choice to race alongside Charles Leclerc next year.
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However, they have been unable to agree terms on a new deal, leading to today’s announcement. “My relationship with Scuderia Ferrari will finish at the end of 2020,” said Vettel. “To get the best possible results in this sport, it’s vital for all parties to work in perfect harmony.
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“The team and I have realized that there is no longer a common desire to stay together beyond the end of this season. Financial matters have played no part in this joint decision. That’s not the way I think when it comes to making certain choices and it never will be.
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Now everyone is guessing the driver to replace Vettel in Ferrari?
Now Lewis Hamilton, a six-time Formula One World Champion,has all chances to win another his 8th title and catch up Michael Schumacher – the most successful driver in the history of the sport. He holds the records for the most World Championship titles (7), the most Grand Prix wins (91), the most fastest laps (77), and the most races won in a single season (13).
Wish all the best to Sebastian Vettel! You are the great driver and the Man!
4 thoughts on “Sebastian Vettel leaves Ferrari in 2020”
Sebastian Vettel is an excellent driver, and a four-time world champion. But Seb did not succeed where Kimi Räikkönen succeeded, namely to defeat Hamilton and bring Ferrari to the world championship. Kimi Räikkönen brought Ferrari one of the drivers ‘and two teams’ world championships. Many drivers who have won world championships on other teams, such as Alain Prost, Nigel Mansell, Fernando Alonso and now Sebastian Vettel, failed to win it at Ferrari. Kimi Räikkönen is an exception here, as Kimi did not bring the world championship at McLaren, but at Ferrari Kimi won it immediately in the first season.🏁
Ricciardo makes the most sense as a proven race winner, experience. I feel that McLaren is molding their team around sainz the way redbull has done with max so why would he leave to play second to leclerc. Dan will have to know he will be second to leclerc. But the question is will be okay with it. I feel that Dan must know he will never get a number 1 drive in any top 3 team at this point of his career.