"If I were Vettel ... I would leave F1"

Gerhard Berger, ex-Ferrari driver and current DTM director, is emphatic: "You won't find a seat at Red Bull or Mercedes."


Sebastian Vettel lived through years of glory with his four consecutive F1 titles at the wheel of Red Bull. The German from Heppenheim became untouchable and the paddock surrendered to his successes, without critical voices. Now that his adventure at Ferrari comes to an end without having been able to increase his list of titles, opposing voices are coming out everywhere. The 33-year-old driver discounts races in this strange 2020 to say goodbye to the 'Scuderia', where he will be replaced by Carlos Sainz, and perhaps also the 'Gran Circo'.

"Vettel will not find a seat at Red Bull or Mercedes. With four world championships in his backpack, a family and a more than considerable amount of money already accumulated, I would leave F1", says Gerhard Berger, former driver of Ferrari and current DTM director, in an interview with 'Sky Deutschland'. Of course, the Austrian also wanted to break a spear in favor of Vettel: "If a Ferrari driver has his suitcases packed to leave while the other is the future of the team, it is very easy to attack the weakest" .

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