Sebastian Vettel has a tough head when it comes to returning from his home race in Germany. The Aston Martin driver believes European regulators simply do not have enough money to compete with new tracks in places like the US and the Middle East, and believes Stefano Domenicali’s plans are a utopia.
The CEO of Formula 1 previously stated that he hopes the German Grand Prix will return in the near future, now that Audi and Porsche are soon in the top flight. “Germany is interesting to us. Whatever the promoter, we need to see what is possible to put Germany back on the calendar. To be more specific, something could happen soon that makes this happen,” the Italian said.
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Vettel is skeptical about the CEO’s intention. “It would be great if Germany were back on the calendar, but I doubt it. I don’t know if Germany will make it in time for me. Of course I’ve had the privilege of racing in Germany for years. But, if you look at the places we go, no I think Germany is willing to pay that kind of money for a grand prix, it’s that simple,” said the four-time world champion.
In addition, Vettel considers not only his homeland, but also a problem for almost all European races. “Other countries in Europe are also going through hard times. I am not the developer of sports, but you can see that new places are great to discover. However, money plays an important role in how the sport develops. It would be a shame ”It would be a shame to miss Germany, it would be Shame that you lose spa or esp. You might think that some races have a guarantee, like Silverstone and Monza. Let’s see what happens in the coming years.”
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