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Formula 1: Former teammate attacks Sebastian Vettel!  "The old dog in terms of new tricks"

Formula 1: Former teammate attacks Sebastian Vettel! “The old dog in terms of new tricks”

It wasn’t easy for Sebastian Vettel for quite some time. A former Hesse teammate criticized him with a questionable comparison and held him responsible.

Imola – Sebastian Vettel is one of the most successful German drivers in Formula 1, but has been unable to break out of its lows for some time. He celebrated four World Championship titles between 2010 and 2013, when he was still competing with the Red Bull team, after his move to Ferrari he was only two vice world champions.

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Former Red Bull teammate Mark Webber led Sebastian Vettel for five years, he told The Gate recently Racing fans His view on the current situation of an Aston Martin pilot. It started in Vettel’s time at Ferrari. “It’s really hard to understand how all of this happened,” the Australian told Vettel at Ferrari and the troubled split.

He had “seen a little” Drive to Survive “and was referring to a symbolic scene from the Netflix documentary where Vettel had to give a lecture from a Ferrari press officer after a joke.” If that happened, you know it must have been, “Webber said. It’s a big challenge for him at Ferrari. “

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Third World Cup three times but think positively about changing his former teammate. Weber said in the interview that Vettel “was looking for a change of scenery.” “But we are always measured by what we do in the car,” he added. Vettel’s mission this season is to “not get out of control, get back on the right track and feel some emotion with this car”.

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But with all the kind words about Vettel, Weber didn’t miss the opportunity to criticize Vettel. “He’s a very old dog now when it comes to new tricks,” was his judgment of the 33-year-old. Then he made him responsible and said that Vettel himself can make sure that things have changed again. On the weekend, his former team partner can show him he still has new tricks up his sleeve. The second race of the year is being held in Imola, in the first race Vettel was only 15th.

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