Sebastian Vettel will retire at the end of the 2022 F1 season Aston Martin’s official website. The four-time world champion has always been linked with his retirement and it is now official.
Vettel made his BMW Sauber debut in 2007 at the US Grand Prix and immediately earned a point on his start. Then he became a driver for Toro Rosso, which he surprisingly won at the Italian Grand Prix a year later. In 2009, the German was promoted to Red Bull Racing, finishing second in the title race in his first year.
Red Bull and Vettel turned out to be an unbeatable duo between 2010 and 2013. The 35-year-old with Milton Keynes became the Formula 1 world champion four times in a row. After a disappointing 2014 season, Vettel moved to Ferrari, where he fought for The title in 2017 and 2018. Both lost to Lewis Hamilton. Heppenheimer has been driving an Aston Martin since 2021.
Vettel talks about F1 pension selection
Vettel currently has 53 wins, making him the third most successful Formula One driver ever behind Hamilton and childhood champion Michael Schumacher. So it has been a very successful career for the German and he is grateful for his time in the first class of motorsport: I have had the privilege of working with the most amazing people over the past 15 years. There are so many people to mention and thank.
Aston Martin brought on four-time champions for the 2021 season and while Vettel knows it hasn’t always been easy with the British team, he looks at his time in the stable with good feelings: “It’s clear to me that Team A will be created here and that will fight back.” at the highest level in the coming years.
Speaking about his retirement, Vettel said: “It was a complicated decision for me. I spent a lot of time thinking about it. At the end of this year I would like to think a bit more about what I will focus on in the future. As a father, it is also clear to me that I want Spend more time with my family.
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