Formula 1 F1 – Bahrain Grand Prix – Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir, Bahrain – March 27, 2021 Aston Martin’s Sebastian Vettel before training REUTERS / Hamad I Mohammed

Sebastian Vettel is one of the greatest drivers in Formula 1 history, with four world titles to his name While many now claim he is past his prime, rally champion Walter Rohrl has defended the Aston Martin driver and thinks the German still has what it takes

In 2020, Vettel finished his final season as a Ferrari driver in 13th place in the drivers’ standings with just 33 points to his name Now with Aston Martin, the German has found his life redeeming himself

However, things did not go as planned for Vettel in his first race for the Silverstone-based team He had a grid penalty which saw him start last and a 10 second penalty due to his crash with Ocon

In an interview with F1 Insider, Rohrl said: “Such talent hasn’t forgotten how to drive. There must be reasons, both at Ferrari and now at Aston Martin, why things didn’t turn out. not passed so Sebastian did not forget how to drive one hundred percent “

“I see the duty of the team to help him With the right material he can still win races and titles There is no doubt about it His detractors should be aware of this” German via Google)

As quoted by PlanetF1, Schumacher said: “He has to put his foot on the gas now The moan that he doesn’t feel the car has to stop Nobody cares about that, and after all we are in Formula 1 here and he’s also making a lot of money “

“At the end of the day Sebastian is an experienced racing driver and multiple world champion He now has to clean up with his teammate and the rest will come on their own even if the Aston Martin doesn’t turn into a winning car this year », He concluded

The next round of the 2021 season takes us to Imola for the Italian Grand Prix Can Vettel prove that he still has what it takes to be in F1 and push the limits of the car on the track ? What did you think of Vettel’s first race in green? Let us know in the comments below

Arpit Gomes is a Bombay-based F1 author, he is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Mass Media at St Xavier’s College His favorite team is McLaren and supports Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo, while his favorite team manager is Gunther Steiner


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