F1, Red Bull says no to Sebastian Vettel

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F1, Red Bull says no to Sebastian Vettel

Last Nov. 20, at the Yas Marina circuit, Sebastian Vettel’s Formula 1 driving career came to an end as he decided to hang up his helmet after 15 seasons.

As of a few days after the last Gp, the possibility of an entry by the four-time world champion within the Red Bull management began to take shape more and more, also complicit in the excellent relationship between Helmut Marko and the German driver. However, team principal Christian Horner has spoken on the subject and has distanced himself from this hypothesis, at least for the immediate future.

“A return of Vettel with us as a manager? I don’t think so! I can’t imagine him in an office from nine in the morning to five in the afternoon. I think he has many plans and wants to be close to his family. One role he could fill in line with what his passions are would be ‘environmental consultant for F1.’ I would be very surprised to see him involved in a team’s activities on a daily basis,” these were the team principal’s words to the microphones of ‘Auto Motor und Sport’.

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