Sebastian Vettel retirement

Sebastian Vettel retirement: Relaxed German eyes final race after acclaimed F1 career

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From test driver for BMW Sauber to world champion with the Ferrari team, the incredible story of Sebastian Vettel, 35, ends sadly at the end of this current Formula 1 championship season in December.

Despite giving up the wheel, the announcement of Sebastian Vettel’s retirement has indeed left everyone devastated and emotional at the same time for all the memories he has shared with his fans around the world.

How does Sebastian Vettel’s retirement issue affect the Aston Martin driver?

Ever since he announced to the world that he would be leaving Formula 1 after the current season, Sebastian Vettel’s retirement has acknowledged his sentiment”releasedand, after this year’s Abu Dhabi GP, the German’s F1 run of 53 race wins and four world championships comes at the final hour. Additionally, 41-year-old Fernando Alonso, a much more experienced driver, will take over at Aston Martin.

Immediately before the Hungarian Grand Prix in July, Sebastian announced his retirement and he said he felt lighter since. Plus, he’s had time to relax over the summer and fuel up for his final push in the remaining months of his F1 career.

Vettel on his Aston Martin F1

The German driver also told the hurry“I find it hard to think about all these years in a short time, so maybe it will hit me later. But I just enjoyed the [summer] Pause. The fact that the decision, or the fact that I carried that decision with me for so long, was quite liberating [to announce it].”

Speculation over Vettel’s retirement suggests he has struggled to get points this season due to Aston Martin’s lack of competitiveness and has only racked up 20 points, five of them from the four races after his announcement that he would leave Formula 1 as soon as possible.

The Aston Martin driver has claimed that despite his decision to retire he is still giving his all to end the season on a high. He also insisted that his attitude towards all Grands Prix has not changed, which really shows his true passion for motorsport which he has been practicing for fifteen years. Meanwhile, Sebastian Vettle’s pragmatic attitude is reflected in his last statement a few days ago when he declared fortunately, “The sun will rise again on Monday after the last race.”

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