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Sebastian Vettel would be welcome in Formula E after leaving F1, says Lucas di Grassi

Sebastian Vettel’s decision to leave the Formula One scene has led to plenty of speculation over what comes next, with the 35-year-old racing icon sure to have plenty of opportunities come his way.Since announcing his retirement from F1 at the end of July, Vettel has already been tipped to take on a role within the championship hierarchy by F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali, but the German has hinted that he might go in a new direction entirely.Speaking in a retirement announcement video, he noted that he believes in “in change and progress and that every little bit makes a difference”,...
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F1 chief Stefano Domenicali hints at role for Sebastian Vettel to stay in the sport post-retirement

Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has hinted that a role will be offered to Sebastian Vettel to stay in the sport in some capacity after he announced his retirement last week. The four-time world champion announced before the Hungarian Grand Prix that this season with Aston Martin would be his last in F1, with the German keen to pursue other interests and spend more time with his family. Domenicali, who was Ferrari boss while Vettel won his World Championships at Red Bull, admitted he was surprised by the news but revealed that he is keen for Vettel’s and...
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Exclusive: Sebastian Vettel on the time he was confused for Prince William

Sebastian Vettel is one of the most famous names in Formula 1. Even outsiders who can’t tell a riding hat from a racing helmet know who Vettel is – as entrenched in popular consciousness as Schumacher, Senna and Hamilton. The four-times world champion who is as vocal about the climate as he is gay rights, annouced his retirement from the sport as he launched on Instagram last week. Amassing over 2 million followers practically overnight – in his confessional, face-to-camera monochrome Insta video, the German driver opened with: ‘I hereby announce my retirement from Formula 1 by the end of the 2022 season.’
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Fernando Alonso will replace Sebastian Vettel at Aston Martin!

Wowser. The 41-year old has signed a multi-year deal with Aston that’ll see him line up against Lance Stroll. Skip 1 photos in the image carousel and continue reading. It’s a good job TopGear.com isn’t a bookie: when we rattled through the list of candidates to replace the retiring Sebastian Vettel at Aston Martin, we had Alonso down at 50-1. And now look what’s happened.
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F1 Breaking: Fernando Alonso Will Move To Aston Martin After Sebastian Vettel Retirement

Fernando Alonso, the two-time F1 champion, has confirmed that he will be moving from Alpine to the readily available seat in Aston Martin for a multi-year deal after Sebastian Vettel confirmed that he will be retiring at the end of this season. The seat at Alpine now looks like it’s open to F1 newcomer Oscar […] The post F1 Breaking: Fernando Alonso Will Move To Aston Martin After Sebastian Vettel Retirement appeared first on Grand Tour Nation.
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Fernando Alonso signs for Aston Martin as Spaniard replaces Sebastian Vettel for 2023

Aston Martin have confirmed the shock signing of two-time world champion Fernando Alonso to replace Sebastian Vettel next season. The 41-year-old will leave Alpine after two years and has signed a “multi-year contract” with Aston after four-time world champion Vettel announced his retirement last week. Alonso, whose deal at Alpine was coming to an end at the end of the season, was expected to sign an extension but has opted for a new challenge to partner Lance Stroll at Aston - with Alpine now looking to fill a spare 2023 seat alongside Esteban Ocon. Alpine do have highly regarded...
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Why Aston Martin F1 Team Chose Fernando Alonso to Replace Sebastian Vettel

Two-time F1 champion Fernando Alonso was linked to Aston Martin following news of Vettel’s retirement but indicated in Hungary he was remaining at Alpine. Alonso will team with Lance Stroll, son of Aston Martin owner Lawrence Stroll, at the Silverstone-based team. Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack says that...
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