Canada This is how the users think about the announced end of the career of Sebastian Vettel about the Vettel resignation
Draghi misses the destination with the vote of trust - resignation probably
Rome. For hours, the parliamentarians in the Italian Senate discuss the ongoing government crisis. Prime Minister Mario Draghi wants to know and faces the vote of trust. But the widespread consent he wanted is missing. © Gregorio Borgia Italy's Prime Minister Mario Draghi in the debate in the Senate. Italy's Prime Minister Mario Draghi collected a bitter clap in a vote in the Senate - his government in Rome is about to end.
suggests high waves before the race weekend in Hungary. According to the Sport1 user, the Heppenheimer hits the right time.
at the end of the current season is over!
. The 35-year-old will hang out his overall at the end of the year and will no longer sit in the Aston Martin. In addition to four world championship titles, the Heppenheimer has won a proud 53 Grand Prix victory.
The last success is a while, however: at the end of September 2019, Vettel won the night race in Singapore before his Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc-since then the German has experienced three years of disappointment, in which he mostly frolicked in the rear midfield.
Hamilton hopes to mark 300th F1 race with 1st win of season
PARIS (AP) — Lewis Hamilton enters his 300th Formula One race at the French Grand Prix this weekend in the uncustomary position of chasing a first win this season. The seven-time world champion has a record 103 F1 wins and pole positions. The 37-year-old British driver also shares two records with fellow great Michael Schumacher: seven world titles and winning at least one race for 15 straight seasons. Schumacher's run was from his F1 debut in 1992 until 2006; Hamilton's since his first season in 2007. But Hamilton is without a win 12 races into this season.
does Vettel's resignation come too late? Sport1 has heard itself through a survey by fans. As of Saturday morning, just over 28,000 people took part.
The result is clear: Exactly half of the participants indicate that in their opinion, Vettel chose the absolutely right time for his end of his career.Minority votes for career sequel
at least 31 percent and thus almost a third of users find that the four-time world champion should have spared the past few years.
Vettel's last Ferrari season has already developed into a disaster. Even its change to the ambitious Aston-Martin racing team did not bring the desired upswing, instead the Star Pilot remained far behind its own demands in the 2021 season. He is currently only ranked 14.
Jonathan Huberdeau, MacKenzie Weegar open to long-term extensions with Flames
The worry for many Flames fans when they saw the return was whether these two players would be around more than a few months given their contract situations. After watching Johnny Gaudreau leave in free agency without getting anything in return, the Flames won’t be able to do the same with Huberdeau and Weegar. If they aren’t going to re-sign, flipping them somewhere else before the end of the season will be critical.Of course, extensions won’t come cheap. Huberdeau has been one of the top playmakers in the league for years now and is coming off a 115-point season.
Only 19 percent of the participants would like Vettel to have been preserved for a few years.Everything for Formula 1 on Sport1.de
New York Rangers sign Ryan Carpenter .
The New York Rangers have added another center to the mix, this time signing Ryan Carpenter to a one-year contract. The financial details of the contract have not yet been released. © Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports Former Calgary Flames center Ryan Carpenter (18) has been added to the Rangers. General manager Chris Drury had told the media yesterday that the team was still after a depth option that could play in the middle of the ice, and that is exactly what Carpenter represents.