The rumor mill is running continuously in the Formula 1 and Monaco switched them up to a higher gear because in the paddock did the rumor that Sebastian Vettel is considering quitting F1 at the end of the season.
In 2014, drew Sebastian Vettel the door closed at Red Bull and he went to Ferrari. As a quadruple world champion to Ferrari attracts the expectations are always high, but after four seasons, the counter is still on zero world titles at Ferrari.
After the wintertests in Barcelona this seemed to be the year of Ferrari to go, but both the team and Vettel to stack the errors on and they see the gap with Mercedes getting bigger.
According to British journalist Joe Saward wants Sebastian Vettel, despite a contract until 2020, at the end of this season to stop because he can’t trust that he is at Ferrari a world title will achieve.
“The most shocking rumor that this weekend the rounds in the paddock was that Sebastian Vettel, the later would keep the F1 on the thirty-first year of age,” says Saward’s business of motorsport newsletter.’
“After four world titles achieved at Red Bull, he has tried to get Ferrari to new successes to lead but he has many mistakes are made, and moreover, he is now under pressure by the arrival of Leclerc, who is younger and apparently more groeimarge than Vettel.”
“It would be a choice such as that of Nico Rosberg in 2016. He left F1 after earning the world title and he was aware of the fact that it would be nearly impossible for that feat to repeat. The key question is, of course, who Vettel must be replaced.”
“The names doing the rounds, at this moment, that of Romain Grosjean, Sergio Perez, Kevin Magnussen and Valtteri Bottas.”
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