Articles about Sebastian Vettel

The driver’ market is currently more action-packed than the last few seasons of racing
Who do you think should replace him?
There's no official announcement yet, but multiple sources say a confirmation is imminent: Sebastian Vettel will depart from Scuderia Ferrari at the end of the 2020 Formula 1 season.According to a report by BBC Sport, negotiations between the two parties
A blink-and-you’ll-miss-it evolution of the SF90
If you've been following Formula 1 at all, you don't need me to tell you that Ferrari's 2019 season was a disaster. The team started the year strong, with a car that was fast in testing but which sacrificed
The new season kicks off next month. Keep an eye out for these mini-battles
Ferrari's protégé Charles Leclerc replaces Kimi Raikkonen. Big shoes to fill, but if any of the new young guns can do it, Leclerc's the one. His stunning drive in Baku to sixth place in a Sauber was the making
Is this Ferrari’s next Formula 1 champion? We might not have to wait long to find out
It's a sticky, airless day in Yas Marina, a 45-minute drive from downtown Abu Dhabi, a city whose skyline glitters with the UAE's eye-popping billion-dollar architectural ambition.Since the inaugural Abu Dhabi GP in 2009, this race
Will the Scuderia mark its 90th anniversary this year by winning the title?
To mark a sad but special occasion at the 2018 Abu Dhabi GP
The Abu Dhabi GP was Fernando Alonso's last race in Formula 1. The two-time champion is leaving the sport for new adventures next year-perhaps achieving the Triple Crown-so last weekend was special.He started 15th on the grid
That'd be a sight to see
Sebastian Vettel is a fan of Suzuka. "It's my favorite track and I think it's one of the original tracks that haven't been messed with," he said, responding to a question from Masahiro Owari at this
The season is picking up
Well that was...exciting, wasn't it? Last year's Azerbaijan Grand Prix (technically the first one-as 2016's race was officially that year's European GP) was as exciting as they come nowadays, and we're pleased to report this
Will 2018 be an exciting year?
Sebastian Vettel won the 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix. And if you'd only read that headline, you might have sighed, and then clicked over to watch dogs doing silly things on the Internet.But Formula 1's second race of the season
Is it faster than last year’s Prancing Horse?
After taking no race wins in 2016 and then losing a key team member to Mercedes, Ferrari is aiming to bounce back in the coming season with the SF70H, the 63rd model it has built for Formula 1 competition. The car was
There was a lot of swearing at the Mexican GP
Still think modern Formula 1 drivers are too constrained? While Lewis Hamilton kept his title hopes alive by winning his 51st Grand Prix in Mexico, ahead of Nico Rosberg, elsewhere his rivals were having very public meltdowns.Both Fernando Alonso and Sebastian
A 3rd victory for Vettel and Ferrari
The Singapore Grand Prix, in five words: A textbook Sebastian Vettel win. The German went back to the tactics he had perfected during his Red Bull days, getting part of the job done on Saturday with a mighty lap for P1, and
The race for Ferrari fanatics
Crimson-flooded grandstands and wild, passionate cheers from the crowd could only mean one thing: The tifosi have come in droves to worship the Prancing Horse at the Temple of Speed.Put simply, Formula 1 has arrived in Monza for the Italian
Vettel wins as Merc drivers mess up
Just how full-on bonkers was this race? The whole thing was definitely shaken, not stirred! What's crazy: Sebastian Vettel--not Lewis Hamilton or Nico Rosberg--took the win. Crazier: No Mercs on the podium--they were beaten by the Red
We're referring to Alonso and Vettel
Before Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes came to the fore of Formula 1 last year, it had been Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel who figured prominently in the title battles. Vettel, of course, swept the championship from 2010 to 2013, and Alonso came
Nico Rosberg finally gets a break
The Spanish Grand Prix may have been lackluster compared to the previous round in Bahrain, but there's hope for this season yet: The spunky Nico Rosberg of 2014 has reentered the title fight by converting his pole position to a race
The Iceman is officially back
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg started the race with a Ferrari between them and ended it the same way--but after 57 laps, it was Kimi Raikkonen who split the Mercs to take his first podium since the 2013 Korean Grand Prix.
Another Lewis Hamilton show?
And just like that, we're now on the fourth round of the 2015 Formula 1 season. The next stop is Bahrain's international circuit in Sakhir, considered by the teams to be a very technical track with a highly abrasive surface.
Ferrari takes the fight to Mercedes
We attended this year's Malaysian Grand Prix courtesy of Shell Philippines. And because Shell is the technical partner of Scuderia Ferrari, we got to know how a race weekend for the guys in red goes--from marketing events to the intricate
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