Formula 1: F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali to OFFER new role to Sebastian Vettel following his RETIREMENT from the sport – Check Out
Formula 1: F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has suggested that he could offer Sebastian Vettel another job after he announced his retirement from…
Formula 1: F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has suggested that he could offer Sebastian Vettel another job after he announced his retirement from the sport towards the end of the 2022 season. Last week, Aston Martin’s Vettel declared his unexpected retirement from racing, yet he might keep contributing to F1 once his career reaches a conclusion. Follow Formula 1 updates on InsideSport.IN
During the last week’s Hungarian GP, Domenicali admitted he was in shock after hearing about Vettel’s retirement. “I read it on the news. Now, I will speak to Sebastian,” Domenicali said. The F1 CEO even confirmed that a conversation between both of them had taken place.
Domenicali has shown he would invite Vettel on board the F1 ‘system’ subsequent to calling quits as a driver. Meanwhile, any job is probably not going to be quick as he trusts the four-time F1 champion needs to invest energy with his family after the season.
BREAKING: Sebastian Vettel has announced he will retire from F1 at the end of the 2022 season
— Formula 1 (@F1) July 28, 2022
“Among other things, we talked about his decision and the future. Sebastian will always be associated with Formula 1. And, of course, we want that connection to remain close in the future. If he is interested in becoming part of our system and the approaches fit together, I would welcome him here. But we already know that, after the season, he wants to sort himself out and enjoy time with his family,” Domenicali added.
In the wake of declaring his retirement, Vettel, vocal against environmental change and ecological issues as of late, recommended his activism assumed a part in the choice. “Obviously, travelling the world, racing cars, and burning resources, literally, are things that I cannot look away from,” the German further added.
“Act now or swim later” 🤿
Sebastian Vettel wore a t-shirt warning that Miami could be the first Grand Prix underwater if more isn’t done to combat climate change. pic.twitter.com/Vhobc7Sbin
— ESPN F1 (@ESPNF1) May 5, 2022
“Once I think you see these things and you are aware, I don’t think you can really unsee it. Regarding the climate crisis, there is no way that F1 or any sport or business can avoid it because it impacts all of us. Maybe it’ll be pushed back or be more quiet, but it’s only a matter of time – that we don’t have,” Vettel concluded.
His enthusiasm and skill in environmentalism, maintainability, and social advancement have provoked ideas that another job in F1 could be connected with such. In any case, Domenicali likewise tried to contradict his remarks, demanding F1 are on the ball as opposed to lingering behind in supportable mechanical advancement.
“It makes a difference whether you have to get a single car prepared for one or two laps or twenty cars prepared for 70 laps and a whole season. We’re not behind with technology – on the contrary. We’re ahead of schedule. I will definitely experience environmentally-friendly fuel in Formula 1 during my lifetime,” Domenicali concluded.