HomeMotorsportsF1Four Time World Champion Sebastian Vettel calls it quits on Formula One

Four Time World Champion Sebastian Vettel calls it quits on Formula One

Thurgau: Sebastian Vettel is one of the names we heard growing up. A German who ruled the asphalt tracks and had the cheekiest smile ever. After Micheal Schumacher, Vettel became the next big thing in German F1. His rugged face and passion for sports and ideal vision were one of the very things that attracted several people to motorsport.

Sebastian Vettel dropped a major bomb at 4:00 IST. He announced that he is calling it quits at the end of the 2022 season through his Instagram account. He wanted to thank many people for the wonderful support he had over the years. However, he wanted to let the fans know why he is promoting such a decision.

Vettel states that there is a world beyond Formula One. His family. He says he has a life beyond the tracks. Vettel stated that he has a wonderful wife and three amazing kids.

My goals have shifted from winning races and fighting for championships to seeing my children grow, passing on my values, helping them up when they fall, listening to them when they need me,not having to say goodbye,and most importantly being able to learn fro them and let them inspire me.

Sebastian Vettel said through his Instagram post

He says that his best race is yet to come. Seb, a known nature and climate change supporter says that in the race of sustaining life, we have no alternative. He added that we cannot do with talks anymore. The 35-year-old German said that it is time for action now in his retirement video. He concluded by saying that his marks on tracks will be there until rain and time washes them away. He said that the next corner is in good hands as the new generation has already turned in.

Sebastian Vettel started his long journey in the world of Formula One as a test driver for BMW Sauber in 2006. He quickly became one of the hottest picks in Formula One by winning races. He became a world champion in 2010 with Red Bull Racing this becoming the youngest champion ever. It seems like an era ending.

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