F1 News: “I don’t know if Germany will make it in time for me”

Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel recently revealed that he fears he won’t get another chance to drive a home race in Germany, due to the rapidly evolving F1 calendar. With the Miami GP added to the calendar this season and another US race added next year in Las Vegas, a number of European nations, including Germany, Spain and Monaco, are rumored to potentially lose position on the F1 calendar.

According to the report of PlanetF1, Vettel, who has been increasingly talking about his move from the sport lately, claims he may never get the chance to drive in front of a home audience again. German says:

“I don’t know if Germany will get to me in time. But obviously I have had the honor of racing in Germany for many years. I think in the end, if you look at the places we’re going, Germany isn’t willing to pay that amount for the grand prize. As simple as that. Other regions, other countries in Europe are struggling. I think Spa is a very good example. And it’s a shame what we saw last year, with the rain causing races to be canceled and people not getting refunds for their tickets. ”

Returning to the 2021 Belgian Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel added:

“But blame Spa, I think it would be wrong because from the beginning they struggled to make up for the money they lost. So I don’t know, I’m not a developer of the sport and I don’t set a business plan and goals. But obviously, you can see the places we’re going and the new places we’re going to go, which is great to explore but it’s also driven by money for the sport, I guess, to grow. the way they want to grow. ”

Admitting that he doubts Germany will host an F1 race any time soon, he said:

“But yes, it is a pity to lose in Germany. It would be a pity to lose Spa. It would be a pity to lose to Spain, where there is so much to talk about. And if those countries aren’t willing to pay high entry fees anymore, they’ll fall off that list. And that would be a shame. Certainly some races you would think have guarantees, such as Silverstone, Monza. But I do not know. We’ll see what happens in the coming years. It would be nice if Germany returned to the calendar, but I doubt it.”

The last German Grand Prix to take place was in the 2019 season, when Sebastian Vettel finished second behind Red Bull’s Max Verstappen.

Sebastian Vettel needs to “look in the mirror”, says Ralf Schumacher

Former F1 driver Ralf Schumacher recently commented on the incident between Sebastian Vettel and Mick Schumacher that cost both Germans significant points at the Miami GP. He emphasized that the collision between the two cars was an avoidable mistake by Vettel, while acknowledging that his nephew could have also helped avoid the incident.

According to the report of PlanetF1Schumacher says:

“Mick [Schumacher] cannot just dissolve into thin air. Sebastian [Vettel] must look in the mirror. Mick has to try it there but you can see that he’s a bit hesitant. He might not have to do it at all, because then he can corner just by braking a little harder.”

What could have led to Mick Schumacher’s career-first score turned out to be another missed opportunity in Florida.

https://www.sportskeeda.com/f1/news-i-don-t-know-germany-will-make-time-me-sebastian-vettel-afraid-will-never-race-front-home-crowd?utm_source=feed&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=sportskeeda F1 News: “I don’t know if Germany will make it in time for me”

Emma Bowman

USTimesPost.com is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@ustimespost.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button