Sport Sebastian Vettel expects more of himself: "Can't be satisfied"

12:25  23 october  2020
12:25  23 october  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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 Andrew Green: someone like Vettel That the industry knows how Vettel won everything between 2010 and 2013 is his luck. "If he were not Sebastian Vettel, but a rookie, [...] then the end of this season would be over again," suspects editor-in-chief Christian Nimmervoll in the current #last night video on the YouTube channels of 'Motorsport-Total. com 'and' Formel1.de '. You cannot answer at Racing Point whether there are technical reasons, and if so, what exactly, that Vettel drops so sharply compared to Leclerc 2020.

His recent release from Ferrari came as a shock to everyone, including Vettel himself . What's next for the aging superstar? They say when one door closes, another one opens. While that’s generally good advice, in the case of Formula One’s Sebastian Vettel , that remains to be seen.

An unhappy Sebastian Vettel has refused to reveal why he wants words with Ferrari after team-mate Kimi Raikkonen took pole position at the Italian GP. Vettel initially celebrated after his final lap of a pulsating session but after being told that he finished second, and not first, he quickly told his team via

Sebastian Vettel ist mit seinen Leistungen in den vergangenen Rennen unzufrieden © FIA Sebastian Vettel is dissatisfied with his performance in previous races

17:63 after World Championship points , 2: 9 in the qualifying duel: The Sebastian Vettel's record in the Ferrari stable duel against Charles Leclerc can no longer be glossed over from a German perspective in 2020. And Vettel knows that himself: "I can't be satisfied with my performance in some of the races this year. Yes, I expect more from myself. I know and feel that I can do better," he said before the Grand Prix from Portugal ( Formula 1 2020 live in the ticker! ).

For Portimao, he had set himself "to be better than in the last six races", in which he was once seventh and once tenth and otherwise never finished in the points. To plan is one thing, but "really getting it right," says Vettel, is "not that easy. The last six races have been pretty bad."

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Not by much , but definitely faster. Sebastian Vettel got word of this and he was desperate for them. The parts wouldn’ t be a massive improvement Did he go against the team’s decision and pay for it all himself or did he convince the team to do it - I’m not sure. I know Paul told me but I don’ t remember.

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"My personal goal is to improve my performance. I am not satisfied with the way the last races have gone. I know that I can do better and I hope that I can make friends again," he said self-critical.

Most recently, in an interview with 'Sky' , Vettel's long-time confidante Helmut Marko "pinpointed a great deal of uncertainty" in the four-time world champion because Vettel was "a sensitive person" and the separation from Ferrari was "very annoying" to him: "That is not the Sebastian we know from our time. "

Marko suspects: Vettel's problems lie in the mental

"You can see that in the many mistakes he makes - and there are many mistakes. Sometimes beginners' mistakes too," says Marko and suspects: "It certainly comes from the psyche again demonstrated how important a clear head and a strong mental position are in racing. And that's not working at all at the moment. "

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 Formula 1 legend advises Vettel to resign Sebastian Vettel continued his career in Formula 1 at Aston Martin from 2021. Jackie Stewart would have found another decision better. © Provided by sport1.de Formula 1 legend advises Vettel to resign When Ferrari had decided not to continue with Sebastian Vettel, the German Formula 1 driver had to say goodbye to the premier class. But the 33-year-old is continuing his career and will be competing in the Aston Martin from 2021.

The FIA has explained why Sebastian Vettel 's start from pole position in the Japanese GP was not met with a penalty. Vettel 's hard-earned and impressive pole, achieved earlier on Sunday at Suzuka, was Vettel himself said: "It was my mistake. It was worse than a poor start, it was a really poor start."

Sebastian Vettel might not have clinched the title at Suzuka on Sunday but he could not have done more . A win was required and a win was delivered. Much is of a similar variety that Ferrari have encountered and McLaren – that they are cheating or hiding an advantage, but much is personal

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An analysis that Vettel at least doesn't simply wipe off the table. The Ferrari SF1000 is not easy to drive, which explains some of its problems. But it is also clear: "If you already know before the start of the season that you will break up, the love story will be different than before."

His difficulties are different from those of Leclerc, and on top of that he does "a very good job", acknowledges Vettel: "He regularly manages to get the maximum out of the car. For me, however, it is a very difficult year under unusual circumstances , and it may well be that I don't always get everything right. "

Vettel: Leclerc doesn't like the SF1000 either ...

"But I'm ready to give everything I can to improve myself so that I can get back to where I know I belong by the end of the year," says the 33 year old. "This year's car is not easy for both of us to drive. I am in the same meetings as Charles and we are mostly of one opinion."

Vettel admits: "Not always shown what I can"

 Vettel admits: Portimao (SID) - Sebastian Vettel showed himself to be insightful and self-critical before the Portuguese Grand Prix on Sunday (2.10 p.m. / RTL and Sky). "The Ferrari is difficult to drive this year, Charles (Leclerc, d. Red.) And I both see it that way," said the four-time world champion on Thursday in Portimao: "But Charles always got the very last out of the car, me on the other hand I didn't always show everything I can.

Sebastian Vettel insists he will not spoil his Japanese Grand Prix weekend by reflecting on rival Lewis Vettel has triumphed just once since winning at Silverstone in July, and is now relying on an "Within a week you can ' t do too many things differently to the car, so we hope that the track suits us a

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Vettel does not get emotional at the thought that the farewell to his once idealized team Ferrari is imminent. He is "realistic enough" to handle it as an adult, he says. Also, "because the situation in the team is different now than maybe a year or two ago. Now I'm looking forward to the new chapter that lies ahead of me."

"With dignity" he wants to bring the Ferrari chapter to an end, emphasizes Vettel. Because the charisma of the Ferrari brand has never diminished in his eyes despite the disillusionment of 2020: "Ferrari will always have a special place in my heart, because when I grew up, Michael was my hero, and Michael just sat in the red Automobile."

"Ferrari is the only team that has been in Formula 1 right from the start. That's where this passion comes from. It's a special brand. I had the privilege of being with the Tifosi, with the whole of Italy, with the team to experience very emotional moments. I consider myself very lucky that I was able to experience that, "he says.

Worse car than Leclerc? Vettel reacts .
Sebastian Vettel has one last season to forget at Ferrari. Does he have a worse car than Charles Leclerc? The four-time world champion speaks again. © Provided by sport1.de Worse car than Leclerc? Vettel reacts After the Portugal Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel caused a stir. In TV interviews after the race, the outgoing Ferrari driver stated quite blatantly that it was "obvious" that "the other car", that of Charles Leclerc, was "significantly faster".

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