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Sebastian Vettel to Leave Ferrari After 2020

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So who's replacing him then?

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2 hours ago, Faithcore said:

Is Mick ready yet?

Not even close. 

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2 hours ago, Stan said:

So who's replacing him then?

Sainz or Ricciardo. 

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I’d hazard a guess at Sainz. Ricciardo won’t want to play second fiddle to Charles.

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10 minutes ago, Tommy said:

Sainz or Ricciardo. 

Hülkenberg :ph34r:

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38 minutes ago, Tommy said:

Sainz or Ricciardo. 

I'd love for it to be Ricciardo.

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It's for the best. Seb and Ferrari has never really worked out, and it's quite obvious that he's been disillusioned with F1 and his own situation in the last years, which also showed in his performances on the track. I personally think he'll retire. Would love to see him in some other racing series after a while though, he loves driving and I think he'd flourish in a less toxic environment where he could simply enjoy racing.

Albert Fabrega is reporting that Ferrari wants a fast, experienced, hard-working, compliant driver capable of winning and, if necessary, obeying orders. The decision has already been made. At the top of the list were Sainz, Ricciardo and Giovinazzi. In that order. All of them free at the end of 2020. It will not take long to know who will wear red in 2021 next to Leclerc.

 

 

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Sainz, Ricciardo and Giovinazzi can go home now. 

 

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Italian media claiming the Sainz deal is done.

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32 minutes ago, MUFC said:

Italian media claiming the Sainz deal is done.

That was before George Russell's power point FACTS! 

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"Future at Mercedes in F1? Toto Wolff hints at interest in Vettel." ;) 

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😂

 

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Say what you want about Seb and his crashes. Over the last 3 years, for me he's made F1 entertaining. He made errors but he took risks. As fans this is what we want to see.

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On 12/05/2020 at 11:41, DeadLinesman said:

I’d hazard a guess at Sainz. Ricciardo won’t want to play second fiddle to Charles.

I would like it to be DR. As I can’t see Renault challenging for race wins and it would be great to see him in a race winning car. 

22 hours ago, Tommy said:

 

 

 

 

That’s a great shout over 6 years ago. Fair play. 

15 hours ago, nudge said:

😂

 

BrilliantxD

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Sainz to Ferrari. Heard that Ricciardo might be going to McLaren. 

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They'll be having a Merc engine soon.

Hope the good times return.

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Wow great move all round. Wasn’t expecting DR to McLaren but I like it! 

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7 minutes ago, JOSHBRFC said:

Wow great move all round. Wasn’t expecting DR to McLaren but I like it! 

English press reports Ricciardo, German press says it's Vettel. Lando out? xD

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BBC saying its Ricciardo to McLaren...

Nice move for Sainz. Its mad that two years ago he was outperformed by Hulkenberg in the Renault now he's going to Ferrari and Nico is out of F1.

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If the Merc engine pays off for McLaren in 2021. Could end up being a good move for Ricciardo.

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29 minutes ago, MUFC said:

If the Merc engine pays off for McLaren in 2021. Could end up being a good move for Ricciardo.

Definitely a better prospect than the Renault team who have under-performed since they bought the team back from Lotus.

6 minutes ago, Tommy said:

https://www.autobild.de/artikel/formel-1-vettel-sagt-mclaren-ab-16850573.html

 

Apparently Vettel rejected McLaren. He wants the Mercedes seat or quit the sport, according to Autobild.

A blessing in disguise for McLaren potentially. Danny Ricciardo is probably more of a driving force than Seb at this point in their careers. Seb vs Lewis in Mercedes would be interesting but I can't see it happening. Bottas only has a one year contract though so that could be one to watch. Even if it isn't Vettel who replaces him, there could be a change afoot there anyway while we're getting silly.

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1 minute ago, RandoEFC said:

Seb vs Lewis in Mercedes would be interesting but I can't see it happening.

It would be absolutely amazing tho. The two oldies driving against the youngsters together. Like those movies where old cops are close to retirement and have to solve one big case together. 

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1 hour ago, Tommy said:

It would be absolutely amazing tho. The two oldies driving against the youngsters together. Like those movies where old cops are close to retirement and have to solve one big case together. 

I love it when Seb and Lewis embrace with a hug after a race. They always look deep into each others eyes. Is quite intense.

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